Drivers on busy roads are known to be rude and rogue especially drivers driving public service vehicles. These drivers always break traffic rules intentionally. Some of the road rules and regulations that rogue drivers break are like overlapping, overspeeding, drunk driving and many other illegal road practices.
A Lothian bus driver who drives a bus with plate number KCX 025N has caught the eyes of many kenyans after what he did while on a traffic jam surfaced online. Psv's are popular for overlapping while on traffic jams but the driver of the bus decided to stay on the lane until the traffic jam was at ease for about 5km as said by the witness.
Through a photo taken by a fellow driver who was behind the bus, it is evident that other drivers are overlapping in the traffic jam while the bus is in its right position in traffic. The photo posted by a renown road safety platform know as Sikika has raised alot of positive reactions from kenyans who were ready to congratulate the driver.(Photo| courtesy)
Netizens flooded the comment section with congratulation messages saying that the driver is a role model to many and other drivers should follow his example. Below are some of the reactions:(Photo| courtesy)(Photo|courtesy)(Photo| courtesy)(Source| screenshot)
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