Singapore road users need to be more gracious and understanding: Road safety experts

A lorry driver and a cyclist got into an altercation after the latter hit the lorry's mirror on Dec 22, 2018.
A lorry driver and a cyclist got into an altercation after the latter hit the lorry's mirror on Dec 22, 2018.PHOTO: SCREENGRAB FROM FACEBOOK/ROADS.SG

SINGAPORE - When he saw the pair of cyclists riding side-by-side last Saturday (Dec 22), Mr Teo Seng Tiong was sure it was against the rules.

The 57-year-old owner of a fish farm in Pulau Ubin, who was driving his lorry along the left lane of the two-lane Pasir Ris Drive 3 road, sounded the horn to overtake the cyclists.

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