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Traffic violators is an indication that Filipinos have no discipline, reason why the Philippines is not improving

  • A netizen says that simply not following traffic rules is the reason why the Philippines is not improving
  • She wasn’t in a hurry so she decided to call the attention of all those that have violated the traffic rules by honking each of the cars
  • Nina Ellaine Dizon decided not to give her right of way for all those violators as she is not tolerating this kind of attitude

Peoples really become impatient especially when being stuck up in a very long traffic jam. Some would violate traffic rules, just to get through with the traffic. This is the reason, for a netizen to say, that simply not following traffic rules is the reason why the Philippines is not improving.

Facebook user Nina Ellaine Dizon posted her video while ranting to drivers who counterflowed on a national highway. As she continues honking all the violators along her way, she also said that we should not tolerate this kind of violators and should teach them a lesson by not giving them considerations to get through.

She also mentioned the word ‘discipline.’ By a way, she sees the situation and was able to conclude that Filipino have no discipline over traffic rules. Since she wasn’t in a hurry, she decided to call the attention of all that have violated the traffic rules by honking each of the cars.

“Dapat malaman niyo papaano makisama sa daan, hindi magcocounter flow kayo kapag naiinip sa daan,” she said.

Nina decided not to give her way for all those violators, for she is not tolerating this kind of attitude.

https://www.facebook.com/NinaEllaineDizon/videos/2167748526647961/

Her video went viral as it already garners 63 thousand reactions, 2 thousand comments, and 42,330 shares on Facebook. And many of the netizens have agreed for not tolerating this kind of drivers.

Cybele Cabrera: “#9 TRAFFIC VIOLATION. It’s not understanding their part. Its following traffic rules. This will not happen if they follow. It doesn’t mean maluwag sa kabila eh, pwede pagbigyan? Like, hello? Counterflow is counterflow. How did they get their license in the first place? Natutulog while nag-seminar? May kodigo while exam? Tsk. Read and understand the rules bago mag drive.”

Reign Datu: “Dapat papagbayarin ng multa sa di pag sunod ng batas sa kalsada. Asan mga plaka, oh hanapin nyo mga yan! Porket may lisensya lang. sus. Isa pang point, sakaling naka hiwalay ang way, wala naman choice ang driver kung di maipit sa traffic ba’t kailangan pang mag counter flow porke maluwag lang daan sa kabila. Sus reasoning nyo nu.”

Karen Eva Del Rosario: “Tama lang ginawa mo te kahit maluwag po ang daan (eh kitang kita naman ang yellow line at lumagpas sila doon) counterflow nga naman. Susme kahit naman trapik ang kabilang lane, e naman sana makanyan. Pakananu la ding aliwang dadalan.
At porket atin nalang saken magdrive lamo. Ali ne. Atin tamung batas a tutukyan. Maluse la naman den.”


The purpose of having rules and regulations is to have peace and order. So we should follow these to avoid this kind of situations. And if only each of us have self-discipline, we could have a harmonious relationship with other people.

Written by Rhelyn Harder

An open-minded person who seeks to inspire readers through writing. She believes that having the freedom and courage to express oneself is an opportunity to influence others.

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