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Article: Driving In Shanghai - A Few Survival Tips For Expat
Driving in Shanghai can be tricky if you’re not used to it. The traffic is chaotic on city streets, drivers do not always stop at red lights or yield to pedestrians and common driving practices include tailgating, switching lanes without glancing into the rear-view mirror and signaling a turn only once the vehicle starts to turn. As daunting as it all sounds, it is still possible to drive safely in Shanghai if you follow a few simple rules.
• The busiest time on the city streets is early morning when people are making their way to work. This is the time when a steady stream of buses, taxis, cars and trucks snake around each other, determine to get ahead in any way they can.
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