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Banned for driving too slowly in the UK? [Copy link] 中文

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The rule in UK is to drive in left (inside) lane on dual carriageway roads unless actually overtaking. It is illegal to overtake on left. Ms Jiao would have been wise to sign up for a few lessons with a driving school when she arrived in UK.

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Cdogg Post time: 2016-4-19 18:07
Oh my. treating a Jaguar like a putt putt vehicle, what a shame. Sorry poor Jag!

The Chinese have no respect for cars

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seneca Post time: 2016-4-19 20:07
She shouldn't even drive in China.. She is too unfit. She is young and not disabled, so why doesn't  ...

Bikes are seen to be used by the poor in modern Chinese culture

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An unusual story

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