Driving test manual, gets the car tart?

Not so much blatant advertising but a flirty book cover for the driving education manual. Theory and mock questions and the other requisite street signs too. Since most of the learners are teenages, the incentives are there. Get your license, get a car tart. For such a weighty document, it serves absolutely of no use at all. Drivers on the road breaking every rule, taxi drivers ignoring red lights, bus drivers doing whatever they want. For me, I’ve stayed away from the drivers seat. Too dangerous. What has four wheels and handles?! Looks ridiculous. Parked where-ever he pleases, it’s parked by the bus stop. I can only imagine a 4 tonne bus hitting it, there wouldn’t be much left at all. (Nothing would send a stronger message than having a bus ride up, and over your ass). Don’t park there!  The police force here must have an incredibly difficult job at times.

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6 Responses

  1. I wonder who or what they are referring to “Hit the target’.
    That blue buggy thing, whatever it is, looks like something from a science fair.
    Korea at times can be a chavaustic place.

  2. Korea is a very chavaunistic place. It’s essentially a quad bike with just a weather covering. Without that covering it’s not very impressive. It would be more akin to a squashed soda can after the bus had finished with it.

    Hit the target is likely referring to hitting the right answers. After getting their license they would just prefer to “hit” something else.

  3. The Korean Department of Transport is a Mack Daddy. You don’t get your driving education for youngsters campaign started with..:-(

    • Campaign, no. Since the goal is to get the ‘student’ behind the driver’s seat. Mack daddy, possibly.

  4. Campaign no, ok, invitation to offer, Yes. 🙂

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