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Some driver thank others by waving the hand
"...In many Eastern European countries, turning on the emergency lights for a second of two, in sign of appreciation for the good deed the other driver made for you, is a common practice. Yes, we know it, the hazard lights are there with a clear purpose, so this isn't quite the perfect solution. But given the fact that these lights are on just for a few moments, they do not harm anyone. And sometimes, it's the safest, the most effective and the easiest way to say “t..." Continue Reading →
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