1. Lanes are discretionary and surely one more car can fit – even if yours is going the opposite direction.
3. Use the horn liberally to let other drivers know that you’re there (since people don’t seem to look otherwise), that you’re passing or that you’re being passed.
5. Be prepared to brake or swerve at any moment, since (a) every spot is a potential pick-up or drop-off spot for taxis;
6. Those guys in orange vests are traffic cops, not actors or dancers tactically stationed at major intersections (despite their animated antics),
8. Yield to pedestrians? What? Cars are WAY bigger than pedestrians! (See Rule #7).
9.The number of seats in a vehicle is not indicative of how many people can actually sit in it (or on it
Note: Cattle horns make great balancing tools, especially when precariously sitting on top of an oversized truck.
10. Rules are subject to personal interpretation and desire to follow.