- 1. The horn is your best friend in Bali, so don’t hold back. Drivers honk when they’re about to overtake, to announce their presence and to hurry all kinds of animals off the road. So banish your British reserve, follow the local example and pump that horn!
- Whatever you see in front of you is your responsibility – that’s the golden rule for driving in Bali. Anyone can enter a main road without so much as a fleeting glance behind them, so stay on the ball and leave plenty of braking distance.
- Bali is a peace-loving island with spiritual as well as secular traffic principles, so road rage is a big no-no. Go slow, stay calm and never get offended. There’s no need to rush anything on this island.
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