I've had some ups and downs with regards to the daily drive. I've mostly just driven to and from work, so most of my drives are in Singapore.
The other night, when I was turning into a highway (I think it was AYE & I did check that there wasn't any car behind me on my right + I indicated), a taxi all of a sudden came speeding behind me and told me off for him almost crashing into me. I must say that it was quite a nerve wrecking experience.
So over the past month, I've realised that what I have read in the driving theory test is quite a myth than reality because:
1 - many many many drivers do not indicate when changing lanes
2 - quite a number of drivers do tailgate
3 - am I the only one who follow the speed limit?
I'm curious to hear your thoughts on this or if you have any driving best practises to share - so please drop some comments on your experience :)
Some pictures at the checkpoints: