Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Driving Etiquette: What is appropriate?

In my travels around the world, I have noticed different behaviors in driving, some more orderly than others from my own experience. However, what would a visitor from another country finding interesting, different, or frustrating in trying to drive in your city? What behaviors are considered acceptable in certain situations? What are some unacceptable manners? What about honking, running lights, speeding, and parking illegally? Share your ideas and experiences.

Randall

7 comments:

  1. Asian students basically are not shy. What makes them look shy is the diifeence of the culutral and education backgroud. When they migrate to America they have adpat different culture, ligustic style new pepole and many but named few. In order to help them over come the nitch they should be made to debate in the class, promote group discssions so that they can ineract.

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  2. i think the student defferent from culture to another. the best way to deal with this problem .teach all students that the shy is natural and not from them. the shy not good.if you shy you will be lose more time and maybe you will not learn .
    im sorry my language not good in english.

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  3. hi, i am a new visitor . i hope to enjoy reading my stuff,
    thak you.

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  4. i don't live in a big city. here, the traffic is not that big, but i can see that in the rush time the traffic always stops, and it happens because instead of few cars, the streets are not that large. besides that, people drives slowly, but drives are not the most responsable, at least in my city, if visitors came to my city, i think they would like.

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  5. In my country is similar like here. There we have a similar schedule, rules, but there we have differents languajes, and others

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  6. In my country is similar to the united states

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  7. In my country is similar like here. There we have a similar schedule, rules, but there we have differents languajes, and others

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Thanks for posting a comment. I appreciate your interesting in sharing your ideas.

Best,

Randall