It’s fear of getting caught that makes drivers behave

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  • Sunday, 12 Feb 2006

I REFER to Saaz’s letter, “Hell-drivers at home, angelic drivers in Singapore” (Sunday Star, Feb 5) and Franky Maas’ “Open your eyes to Singaporean drivers’ not-so-angelic ways” (The Star, Feb 7). 

I agree with Saaz that Malaysians are better drivers in Singapore and with Maas that not all Singaporean drivers are angelic and that it is “anything goes” when they cross over to Malaysia. 

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