back in Medan, we the faithful pedestrians cum angkot-users always complaining about the way the Medanese (or is it Medanian) people drove their vehicle.
more or less, it is actually just the same here in Malaysia.
i) changing lanes without signaling.
why or why is it hard just to push the thingy to make others aware that u are changing lanes?
in Medan, this is probably caused by the un-lane-liness of the road. in Malaysia? laziness i think.
ii) motorists (read: people on motorbikes) hogging the road.
like, hello? i know u r not big enuff, but u dont have to be in the middle of the road, with that pace of yours, to get us car-drivers to notice you guys, ps-wear bright-coloured shirt.
in Medan, u can blame the small roads n the high ratio of motorbikes to cars. in Malaysia? phhhhht.
drive with both of ur hands on the wheels.