There are unacceptable profiles and threads on Twitter. Some are humorous, some are educational and some are a combination of the two, as is the case with one of the latest publications. Profile @iSaBeLIiFaKe1A humorous parody of a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom.
given (or given) much to make threads, this time they have devoted themselves to explaining Ways of Spanish drivers when we find ourselves in front of certain traffic signs, bordering on crime most of the time. This is how they have talked about traffic lights, give way, wait, round… and they have not spared the headless puppet.
starting from signal yieldThis profile has painted us as drivers in a hurry who show little regard for these types of signals, something that when it occurs can result in an accident due to a collision with a priority vehicle. The same happens in stoppages: It is not worth slowing down and continuing to drive, the vehicle must be stopped until it is safe to cross (even if no one is coming, otherwise we risk getting a traffic ticket).
The amber traffic light has also been a subject of irony. AleDrivers speed up when they see the amber color To be able to pass a traffic light, when the attitude should be exactly the opposite. In fact, it is a road safety problem involving city pedestrians as well.
Reviews for drivers and pedestrians alike
Rules and traffic signs, well explained.
– Ghost of iSaBeL II November 14, 2022
These too haven’t escaped criticism from @iSaBeLIiFaKe1. really, They reprimand pedestrians for crossing the road on all possible sides It has a tendency to invade bike lanes except at associated pedestrian crossings and when it forms part of a footpath.
There is also a special mention of roundabouts, like no parking signs, Where many drivers believe that activating the four turn signals will not get them a fine.
Although he explained everything in a very humorous manner, at the end of the sutra he took the opportunity to remember that traffic signs and rules are to be followed and the steering wheel advised to be very careful. “Life is too precious to leave on the road.”