Android App for teaching Indian driving rules–But why ?
“Driving Rules of India” is an Android app launched by Techpista. The app has free as well as paid version. App features traffic signals and its meaning. The paid version shows the penalty information and driving test. Sounds like a good option for someone who is going for a driving test the hard way.
For everyone else, I got a question… Do we need an app for driving rules in India? No wait. I have a bigger question. Isn’t driving rules in India an oxymoron?
Just who exactly follows driving rules in India. People really don’t know the difference between a white line and a yellow line on the road. They sure as hell don’t know the difference between solid line and a dotted line. If they know, then they really don’t care. It’s just not the citizens who are at fault.
The roads and the intersections are designed in such a way that the people who typically follow traffic rules will be willing to break them. For all of India’s traffic problems there are two solutions – a speed bump and a right turn block. The speed bumps come in various sizes and the right turn block will result in a maze of U-turns sometimes running in to an excess of few kilometres. But then I digress. The question is ….
Do we really need an app for this?
[This post is reproduced from our The Gadget Fan blog]