I have been here a few times now over the past 10 years, and currently for 1 year. I am familiar with Lima road traffic, but no way would I ever drive here....even after driving for 50 years back home.
Anyway, I know that 99% don't obey most traffic rules, and there are many more new cars on the road since my last visit...sign economic of the times ! My open question is:
why can't drivers, in their newish cars,move their fingers to operate their turning indicators ?
Makes crossing corner streets a rather hit and miss affair.
Some do on, the Panam Norte highway,, but then leave the indicator on, and change in the opposite direction.sheesh!
Could some kind person enlighten me to the logic in these practices ?
Just wondering ??