Move over! Trivial siren vehicles coming through
The Jakarta Post
There’s a new trend among motorists in Jakarta lately. That is putting on sirens, strobe lights or rotator light bars on cars to make way in the heavily congested streets of the capital.
A motorist, Naufal Fadhil, often hears sirens from a layperson’s vehicle, sometimes also equipped with strobe lights, on his daily commute, but he knows there is no emergency situation.
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