As a Singaporean driver, I’ve noticed that the driving culture here is quite different from that of Switzerland.
Singaporean drivers tend to be impatient and aggressive on the roads, like they are rushing to reincarnate, while Swiss drivers are known for their patience and courtesy.
I believe that Singaporean drivers should learn to be more patient like Swiss drivers.
This can be done by adopting the same driving etiquette that Swiss drivers practice, such as giving way to other drivers, being courteous to other road users, and following the traffic laws.
The main benefit of being patient and courteous on the roads is that it can help to reduce road rage and aggressive driving.
This can lead to better safety for everyone on the roads, including drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians.
It can also help to reduce the number of road accidents, as drivers are less likely to take risks when they are aware of the need to drive safely.
Another benefit of being patient and courteous on the roads is that it can help to reduce traffic congestion.
When drivers are courteous to other drivers and follow the traffic laws, it can help to reduce the amount of time it takes for traffic to move.
This can help to reduce the amount of time drivers spend stuck in traffic jams, which can be a big inconvenience.
Finally, being patient and courteous on the roads can also help to create a more pleasant driving experience.
When drivers are more patient and courteous, it can help to create a more relaxed atmosphere on the roads and make the drive more enjoyable.
Ultimately, I believe that Singaporean drivers should learn to be more patient and courteous like Swiss drivers.
This can help to create a safer, smoother, and more pleasant driving experience for everyone.