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Q: Do I need a motorbike license to ride the electrical bike at Fuzhou

Recently there is a announcement required electrical bike rider to obtain the license, how true is this?

3 years 12 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Fuzhou

 
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Wouldn't surprise me, Chiner is big on rules, regulations, permits, licenses, formalities, paperwork, bureaucracy, by-laws, provisions, codes, guanxi, etc.  Now whether anybody gives a wet monkey's ass regarding is a whole 'nother story.  Just go stand on a medium-busy intersection for about an hour and you will get a first-hand exhibition of just how litlle anybody gives a flippin', flyin' f*ck regarding road rules and such.

 

icnif77:

That must be lunch in the plastic bag ... for the whole crew ... 

Otherwise, they are into the traffic rules ... with helmets, i.e. just one short ...

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diverdude1:

haha,,, yeah,,, 4 outta 5 pretty darn good odds for china!  I like how all the workin' dudes have the same sneakers!  Musta been a sale!  

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They have construction/work helmets on ... on their way to work.

It's not like they purchased them specially for the ride ... and the driver ... he can't use the phone with the helmet .. 

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Wouldn't surprise me, Chiner is big on rules, regulations, permits, licenses, formalities, paperwork, bureaucracy, by-laws, provisions, codes, guanxi, etc.  Now whether anybody gives a wet monkey's ass regarding is a whole 'nother story.  Just go stand on a medium-busy intersection for about an hour and you will get a first-hand exhibition of just how litlle anybody gives a flippin', flyin' f*ck regarding road rules and such.

 

icnif77:

That must be lunch in the plastic bag ... for the whole crew ... 

Otherwise, they are into the traffic rules ... with helmets, i.e. just one short ...

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diverdude1:

haha,,, yeah,,, 4 outta 5 pretty darn good odds for china!  I like how all the workin' dudes have the same sneakers!  Musta been a sale!  

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They have construction/work helmets on ... on their way to work.

It's not like they purchased them specially for the ride ... and the driver ... he can't use the phone with the helmet .. 

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