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Q: OK. enuf of nCoV,,,, why in kcuf do Chiners drive around @ night with their headlights off?

I've lived here awhile, as have most of us who post on here,,,, thought I'd figured out most things,,,,,,    but the driving still leaves me perplexed.  I mean,,, turn on your damn headlights!

 

15 weeks 4 days ago in  Culture - China

 
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nCoV cannot catch you if it cannot see you

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 'cause if you can see through your car window ...  why in the world ...  would you spend your gas ...  to power the car's accumulator ... ?

 

Question ... "to be seen ..." never crossed my mind ...  

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comming from Scandinavia where we care about traffic safety, I can only ask why, in a country like China, it isn't mandatory with lights on 24/7. It's not an expense to the car-buyer, most modern cars has it as an option in the software inside it, slight increase in energy use, but less people would waste power by being in respirators

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