All the transport trucks in India were painted and decorated nicely and had this request on their backside.
If anyone watched the World Cup, you remember all the horns blowing all the time. Well, driving around in India was kinda like that.
It's commonplace to "horn" in order to let those around you know that you are there and want to pass.
After having myself driven more than 5,000 miles while in the States this summer, I was quite content to sit back and take in all the images of the countryside.
Our trip was booked as a tour which meant we had the same driver the entire time. Balveer was the nicest guy you could ever meet.
He told us that you need three things to drive in India: Good eyes!
And Good luck!
Between all the cars and trucks, motorcycles and bicycles, rickshaws and tuk tuks, pedestrians, cows and dogs, it was certainly an obstacle course. And if you needed a ride to where you were going, you just grabbed on and held tight.
Delhi, Agra and Jaipur make a triangle so driving between destinations was about 5 hours each way. I was thankful for my camera to capture everything along the way and my crochet to keep me busy.
Hope everyone is having a super Saturday! Best wishes, Tammy