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《TAIPEI TIMES》 Taiwanese motorists using uncommon bumper stickers


A bumper sticker reading “Took drivering test three times, dangerous to come closer” is pictured on a vehicle in Changhua City in an undated photograph.
Photo courtesy of a reader

A bumper sticker reading “Took drivering test three times, dangerous to come closer” is pictured on a vehicle in Changhua City in an undated photograph. Photo courtesy of a reader

2024/05/20 03:00

By Tang Shih-ming and Wu liang-yi / Staff reporters

While it is common to see bumper stickers informing other drivers about important information, such as “baby on board” or “rookie driver,” some motorist in Taiwan are using creative statements to warn other drivers to keep a safe distance to avoid a collision.

A photograph recently circulating on the Internet showed a van in Changhua City with a bumper sticker saying that the driver received their license after taking the test three times, so it is dangerous to drive close to the vehicle.

The person who took the photograph said all vehicles behind the van appeared to “subconsciously” maintaining a safe distance.

Some auto shop owners said drivers are putting stickers on the rear doors, side doors or even tires. They could be humorous slogans, cartoon characters or innovative graphic designs, they said.

Aside from being a form of self-expression or showing a sense of humor, bumper stickers could remind drivers to pay attention to what is it front of them, they added.

In other news, people taking the motorcycle license test from from June 5 would be asked questions that test their hazard perception ability. Questions from different road situations would be shown in videos, and examinees would be asked to choose the correct answer.

Starting on Thursday, people can take the new license test on the Directorate-General of Highways Web site (https://reurl.cc/YVx74n), which includes the new video questions. Users have the option to take the written test, which is translated into eight languages, or take the audio test, which can be heard in 10 languages.

Hazard perception is the driver’s ability to identify and judge driving situations that endanger safety and to take actions as early as possible, such as decelerating, stopping, changing direction or keeping distance, to avoid danger, the Highway Bureau said.

新聞來源:TAIPEI TIMES

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