In New Delhi, Driving By Ear Leads To Road Rage

Readers of this blog know that playing by ear is one of the blind flaneur’s greatest joys, and foot rage is one of his worst fears. So he is conflicted, to say the least, by this radio story by NPR’s Philip Reeves which tells how motorists in New Delhi manage to conflate driving by ear with road rage. A blind flaneur wouldn’t stand a chance there!

If you’re not enjoying your commute this morning, we offer this consolation: It could be worse. You could be driving in India. Motorists in India like to honk their horns to alert other drivers. One man is trying to reform drivers’ behavior. Listen.

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