People ask me about traffic in India ALL the time, so I figured I would share my opinions about it today from the perspective of a Black American expat. I got so sick a lot when I rode around in cars in India due to motion sickness intensified by the style of driving you to see in India. The potential idea of getting sick is not fun to think about if you plan to move to a new place like India. Although I did not drive, I wish I did because doing so would have helped with my motion sickness. However, driving as a foreigner can also be worrisome for new expats.
In today’s video, we are chatting all about Traffic in India. From driving assumptions, sickness, my love for TukTuks, and more. Leave your opinion about traffic in Indian in the comment section! I’d love to read your perspective. You can also tell me where you’ve seen the worst traffic in the world because I’ve heard India may not have the worst traffic in the world as most people assume.
Have a great weekend!
— TABLE OF CONTENTS —
↳ 0:00 Start here
↳ 0:18 Skip the intro
↳ 0:26 Let’s talk about my commute to work in Hyderabad
↳ 02:25 Traffic in Hyderabad compared to other Indian cities
↳ 02:50 The culture of driving in India
↳ 03:23 Frequent starts and stops
↳ 03:45 Why I rode in tuk-tuks and the metro
↳ 05:15 My traffic horror story (storytime)
↳ 08:46 Is it safe to drive in India as a foreigner?
↳ 10:01 Leave your questions in the comment sections!
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