Adapting to drive in another country is not always easy.
One has to adapt to:
- Different rules
- Different signaling system
- Different driving styles of the other drivers
- Different police
Imagine you are driving in northern Switzerland, where people pretend to speak German.
It’s after midnight, and I’m driving well below the speed limit, since I know there are many radars around.
Suddenly a car overtakes me, and – surprise – it is a police car.