Just ride!

Risky-Riders

Risky Riders

If you notice this two-wheeler closely, you are shocked.

The rider has stopped at a petrol bunk (petrol station/gas station) to fill the tank.

This rider has dumped so much luggage on the vehicle, be it in the front or on the back side, and himself squeezed between the luggage.

On the rear side, the items are extending beyond his vehicle.

I don’t know how he can get down from the vehicle and open his vehicle tank.

Looks like he is not scared of losing balance as he rides the vehicle.

Not only he is endangering himself but also can injure other road users.

I call these guys risky riders.

The common factor

The common factor is he is using the same road as I am.

“It a great miracle that I am alive.”

Lailah Gifty Akita

Message

“I’ve personally met up with quite a few legless, armless and other badly messed-up folks.

There’s a whole lot of mighty serious accident contemplation going on in our hospitals.

My observations have taught me that it is much better to think about accidents before they happen than to brood on them afterwards. …

Personally, I’d rather be late for dinner tonight here than to be on time for breakfast in the next world in the morning. Haste makes waste of a lot of good human material”

Irvin S. Cobb

 Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Mr. Philo

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11 thoughts on “Just ride!

  1. As a pilot of small airplanes, I recognize this person is practicing one of the five hazardous attitudes that people should avoid.
    Many people fall into a pattern of thinking that accidents happen to others, but never to them. This attitude of invulnerability can become a safety concern when people fail to consider the risks of their actions.

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  2. This is one common everyday scene in our part of the world. Beside carrying insane amounts of luggage on two-wheels, many riders can carry more than one passenger as well and they do so every now and then.

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