If you live in a first world country, your experience driving a car is most likely somewhat leisurely because there are rules that you learn in order to get a license to drive, there are signs on the road to provide directions and warn you of hazards, and most drivers obey the laws, ie, they use turn signals, turn on their lights at night, and they don’t run stop signs or stop lights – except for the occasional drunk (or an idiot texting on their phone).

Having traveled and lived in the third world, I can tell you that driving is a very different experience there.

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