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Thursday, July 16, 2009

New Chinatown Driving 10 Driving Observations

Some observations from my neighborhood, a New Chinatown.

1. Always cut corners if your driving. There is no chance somebody will be making a right turn, when you make your left in a residential area.

2. In the residential area, always drive in the middle of the street. Same in parking lots.

3. Yellow Lights are good for at least 2-3 cars. Especially on left turns.

4. The Red Light Camera can be ignored. The one at Batson and Colima.

5. If you hear a siren, wait until the last minute possible to pull over to the right.

6. If you are on the other side of the street and hear a siren, keep on going.

7. Flashing Red Lights = just drive through it.

8. Parental driving gets crazy around schools. Avoid if possible. Stopped in the middle of the street waiting is just one example. Police love to give tickets for this. Also don't drop off your kids on the South side of Diamond Bar high school where there is a red curb, another favorite ticket zone.

9. Parking spaces in Asian Strip Malls are super small. Not sure on the reason for this.

10. If it's labeled compact, that means any size car can park there. Feel free to take 2 spaces if necessary.

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