29dec17-- A Thank You to our hosts, S.Curmi & Sons & TM Transport Malta - Malta Police Traffic Branch, for sponsoring this 'live cam' view on Mdina Road - Manwel Dimech Road Roundabout, Qormi, splendid.
Driving in Malta is..... First Come, First Serve.... very seldom will someone give way to you at a round-a-bout, also you have to try and guess which way the driver in front of you is going, "Indicators" are seldom used. Enjoy your drive!! :)
Give way to traffic on your right does not seem to apply. Is it who gets there first?
I meant traffic lights, not street lights. DOH
Markings, LOL have you ever driven in Malta? They ignore them, though some use them as a guide and drive along them not within them. Lights are a must.
The traffic got worse with an extra lane. Hope it will improve once the lane markings are done!!!!
Looks like they are adding an extra lane on the roundabout, what is really needed are traffic lights complete with cameras to catch those that will jump the reds.
Someones nicked the tops of the trees.
Hi folks. Traffic heavy today 9.30 ish Malta time on a dismal morning, it amazes me how four lanes of traffic can get into two, sunny here in Hebburn this morning. Gan canny.
My husband was taught to drive in Malta when we lived there in the 1960`s. The driving test was much stricter than in the UK in those days, and the police took you for the test.
Whatever you are used to. I drive on the right in Canada. I like to drive and am comfortable to in Malta, however, I never dare drive in the UK.
Mr perfect / know it all is at it agian. Test based on the UK one? Then we know what the problem is
Believe it or not , they DO have a driving test and it's based on the UK one, honest, I'm not telling lies. It's even more hair-raising when you're actually driving with them, a matter of 'when in Rome' Go Go Go.
Do they have to sit a driving test over there I'm jumping out of my chair :) watching some of this today