Thursday, October 3, 2013

The Economist on the perils and pleasures of roundabouts.

Any Economist story ending in "Swindon wasn't built in a day" is surely worth reading.

1 comment:

Uggs said...

Nice article, and something I can definitely attest to in Morocco. When I first started driving here, I was nervous because I didn't know the rules of roundabouts. I quickly learned that the only "rules" are "get out of there alive" and "they can smell fear." Just yesterday, I was nearly clipped by a police car as it decided at the last minute it wanted to cut in front of me to exit the roundabout. I've started listening to smooth jazz to keep my blood pressure down.