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    Default Re: [Article]: I Hate Biker's

    Quote Originally Posted by prakashray412 View Post
    I won't say i hate biker. But, I hate few category of people riding a bike, as I know how a biker ride in city and highway.
    hello sir,
    very good observation,
    here's one more example
    I have to cross a railway crossing everyday while going to my office, every once in a while a train arrives and the gates to the crossing close for about 10 - 15 minutes. Now the road is quite narrow and there is no divider. The people will fill up the entire road from both sides blocking it very efficiently. Nobody keeps to the left, everybody wants to go in front and as a result the road is filled with vehicles without an inch to move. The train passes the gates open and the two wheelers from both sides zoom forward like a battle scene from some old movie. But thers is nowhere to go, as both lanes from both sides of the gate ae filled.

    And these are people like me who commute daily on these roads and know that the traffic jam can be prevented if they wait on their side of the road but they don't. Most people will accuse us youngsters for this, and yes kids without helmets with chappals on will do such thing. But they are not the only ones responsible. Aunties with their activas, uncles with their bikes, scooters and event cars plug up the entire road. Then they curse everyone for the traffic jam.

    Common sense is not so common.
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    Default Re: [Article]: I Hate Biker's

    Quote Originally Posted by Ankey View Post
    hello sir,
    very good observation,
    here's one more example
    I have to cross a railway crossing everyday while going to my office, every once in a while a train arrives and the gates to the crossing close for about 10 - 15 minutes. Now the road is quite narrow and there is no divider. The people will fill up the entire road from both sides blocking it very efficiently. Nobody keeps to the left, everybody wants to go in front and as a result the road is filled with vehicles without an inch to move. The train passes the gates open and the two wheelers from both sides zoom forward like a battle scene from some old movie. But thers is nowhere to go, as both lanes from both sides of the gate ae filled.

    And these are people like me who commute daily on these roads and know that the traffic jam can be prevented if they wait on their side of the road but they don't. Most people will accuse us youngsters for this, and yes kids without helmets with chappals on will do such thing. But they are not the only ones responsible. Aunties with their activas, uncles with their bikes, scooters and event cars plug up the entire road. Then they curse everyone for the traffic jam.

    Common sense is not so common.
    This is a very thing on railway crossing. people riding two wheeler don't understand how much effect it makes to on bigger vehicle. I have seen this at few traffic signal also, that too with divider.
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