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Two Wheeler the Curse to Indian Drivers


Always the most worst people (than me) are in the Indian Roads who drive their two wheeler. OMG! If you are driving a four wheeler or a bus in GST (Grand Southern Road), South India, India you will be completely pissed off and will avoid driving in the roads.

Such terrible and dangerous guys, they are always. They quote that they pay the taxes to the Government and so, they will go only in the middle of the road. Yesterday around 2 AM, crossing Melmaruvathur there was a two wheeler with his family. The two wheeler was not even having a tail light, it was carrying a woman and a small child. Unfortunately the dresses they were wearing is also dark red and not visible in the massacring night. Flying with my beast at around 130 kmph since the road was empty from a distance ahead. Almost with around 40 meters ahead I noticed them travelling in the middle of the road and it had been a ridiculous moment to make it up steady.

Refreshed myself in few minutes after making a small stopping and started, the couple had an opportunity to cross me in the toll gate as it was full of rush. He knocked my windows and asked if I am drunk. I scolded that guy asking him not to travel in the middle of the road. He again advised me to travel cautiously as his mother-in-law has paid the road-tax and he will travel in middle of the road. I replied naughtily that my road taxes are being paid by mom.

And I forgot to say that he failed to wear Helmet even. I reached home in usual time and I got the news that a family met with accident at around some 3 AM in Tindivanam Bye-Pass road and it has created a big traffic. Pathetic on this move. OMG! RIP 🙂 Now again I hope their mother-in-law needs to take care of the funeral expenditure.


<p>Kokula Krishna Hari K an Indian born in Pondicherry, South India in 1980’s is a pure veteran with acquired knowledge in Business Administration, Computer Research and Entrepreneurship. More information about KK at www.kokulakrishnaharik.in</p>