Driving in Lebanon: Buckle Up

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There are signs that hitting citizens where it hurts their wallets is working. Drivers hastily pull on seat-belts when entering central Beirut. They pay a little more attention to red lights, at least in the city centre. Passengers may even detect the odd taxi driver putting a lighter touch on the gas, especially in areas where police are known to linger.


Source: The Economist

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