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Gracious drivers on my holiday made rough roads a smooth ride

Considerate driving in Singapore, such as giving way to others, could make for safer roads here too.

Unlike Singapore, many roads in Bali, Indonesia, are chaotic and packed with traffic and pedestrians. PHOTO: PEXELS
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I was on the edge of my seat at the back of a Toyota Avanza as a tour guide drove my family through the crowded and narrow streets of Kuta in Bali during rush hour. 

Customer queues at restaurants and shoppers spilled onto the streets, standing hazardously close to moving cars. Tourists on motorbikes shot past our car at high speeds, meandering through the vehicles caught in traffic. 

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