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Saigon drivers in compliance with traffic laws

Monday, February 02, 2015, 14:50 GMT+7
The international tourists who were riding in the cyclos at Pham Ngoc Thach-Le Duan Intersection in the downtown city must be impressed about the city’s apparent safeness.
The international tourists who were riding in the cyclos at Pham Ngoc Thach-Le Duan Intersection in the downtown city must be impressed about the city’s apparent safeness.
A photo taken around 6g35 on the 2015 New Year Day shows drivers compliantly stopping their bikes and cars behind the zebra crossings at the Nguyen Van Troi-Truong Quoc Dung intersection in Ho Chi Minh City’s Phu Nhuan District. No drivers showed sign of starting off their vehicles at the last seconds of the red lights.
A photo taken around 6g35 on the 2015 New Year Day shows drivers compliantly stopping their bikes and cars behind the zebra crossings at the Nguyen Van Troi-Truong Quoc Dung intersection in Ho Chi Minh City’s Phu Nhuan District. No drivers showed sign of starting off their vehicles at the last seconds of the red lights.
A snapshot taken at 10.34pm on January 25, 2015 captures a male motorcyclist compliantly stopping at the red lights on Mai Chi Tho Avenue in District 2, though the street was all clear and the weather was cold
A snapshot taken at 10.34pm on January 25, 2015 captures a male motorcyclist compliantly stopping at the red lights on Mai Chi Tho Avenue in District 2, though the street was all clear and the weather was cold
A motorcyclist is pictured trespassing the zebra crossing at 9.51 pm on January 25, 2015 while waiting at the red lights at District 3’s Huynh Van Banh- Tran Huy Lieu intersection. None of his fellow drivers followed suit.
A motorcyclist is pictured trespassing the zebra crossing at 9.51 pm on January 25, 2015 while waiting at the red lights at District 3’s Huynh Van Banh- Tran Huy Lieu intersection. None of his fellow drivers followed suit.
A photo taken around 9am on January 5, 2015 shows slow-speed motorcyclists  were in the inner section of Phan Dang Luu street in front Ba Chieu Market in Binh Thanh District, while those driving at greater speed were riding in the outer part but were not trespassing on the lane intended for cars.
A photo taken around 9am on January 5, 2015 shows slow-speed motorcyclists were in the inner section of Phan Dang Luu street in front Ba Chieu Market in Binh Thanh District, while those driving at greater speed were riding in the outer part but were not trespassing on the lane intended for cars.
At 8.40am on January 5, 2015, bikes and buses are pictured stopping behind the zebra crossings at Hang Xanh Roundabout in Binh Thanh District, with ample space ahead for other vehicles.
At 8.40am on January 5, 2015, bikes and buses are pictured stopping behind the zebra crossings at Hang Xanh Roundabout in Binh Thanh District, with ample space ahead for other vehicles.
In the absence of security guards’ or traffic policemen’s intervention, customers at a newly opened shopping mall on Hai Ba Trung street compliantly parked their bikes on or right next to the sidewalk to avoid traffic congestion around 9pm on January 18, 2015.
In the absence of security guards’ or traffic policemen’s intervention, customers at a newly opened shopping mall on Hai Ba Trung street compliantly parked their bikes on or right next to the sidewalk to avoid traffic congestion around 9pm on January 18, 2015.
A common sight in HCMC streets unfolds as a young woman’s bike fell over on Nam Ky Khoi Nghia street during rush hour, at 7.50 on January 5, 2015. Her bike was immediately taken to the sidewalk and she was surrounded by some caring passengers.
A common sight in HCMC streets unfolds as a young woman’s bike fell over on Nam Ky Khoi Nghia street during rush hour, at 7.50 on January 5, 2015. Her bike was immediately taken to the sidewalk and she was surrounded by some caring passengers.

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