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Driving in TnT

Here's all the stuff you need to know to stay safe and sane on our roads in Trinidad & Tobago.

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The other day I was talking a well-travelled short-cut to avoid Saddle Road traffic when I had to stop at a speed bump to wait for opposing traffic to file past because parked cars made the road single lane. “Ay stranger! How you doing?” I looked at the driver of the car going in the opposite direction and pretended to recognise the woman who clearly knew me. “I good.  Long time no see.” “Yes.  You know.  Everything good with you?” “Cyah complain.  We need to lime soon.” “Yes.  We’ll catch up soon.” “OK.  See you.” The exchange must have taken all...
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If you’re from Northern Europe or North America, you’re spoilt when it comes to driving.   Your roads are clean, well-paved, properly policed and your drivers well-behaved.  (Generally speaking of course.) Unless you decide to break the law, or brave freak weather, getting from home to work and back offers no challenge at all.   Boooorring! Welcome to the Trini driving reality show where off-road rallying combines with the Indy 500, Monster Truck driving and the danger of road rage and ice road truckers (without the ice). Name your aggravation; we have it: whack-a-mole potholes, perpetual traffic, flooding, cruising wreckers, poor road...
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