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Motorway woes

Published Mar 23, 2013 02:01am


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I RECENTLY travelled on GT Road and the Motorway (M2 and M3) on my way from Islamabad to Multan and back. Travelling on GT Road has never been a good experience, and that is understandable since you travel through small towns and cities.

The motorway (M2) experience has always been good and I have been impressed by the way the Motorway police conduct themselves.

However, my recent travelling experience was an eye-opener. The performance of the Motorway police has deteriorated. Since I was travelling in the evening, I saw many vehicles without functioning tail lights, headlights not working correctly, as well as people frequently driving on full beam and with HIDs.

Another dangerous aspects was that people were overtaking vehicles from the left side, and failing to turn indicators on.

Overspeeding is rampant; I saw a lot of vehicles racing as if it was an F1 track.

I would advise the Motorway police to check all cars that enter the motorway to make sure they have functioning lights whether its day or night and harsh fines must be imposed since the only way people learn is when it hits their pocket.



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Comments (5) Closed

Omer Irfan Kayani Mar 23, 2013 09:56am
I totally agree with you, as increasing number of unfit public transport vehicles are now plying on the motorway,leading to fatal accidents in future.
Agha Ata (USA) Mar 23, 2013 01:31pm
Yes. People tend to behave the same way on the motorway as they do while trying to get elected in politics..
gangadin Mar 23, 2013 01:36pm
Complete Non-sense. Take the train next time.
lubna Mar 23, 2013 09:28pm
this sort of practice would fire up the menace which is prevalent on N5 Karachi-Peshawar tracks.
Khanm Mar 24, 2013 01:11pm
you worry about the unfit transport vehicle. The nation is facing the problem with unfit rulers. If we desire respect for the law, we must first make the law respectable and unfortunately those who make the law are not respectful either .