Wednesday, 23 November 2011

L-Plate 仮免許

Just a little comparison. Here's the L-plate that you commonly see (them getting bullied) on the roads of Singapore. It's only an urban legend that if you tap your horn many times and/or flash your headlights at L-plate learner drivers, they will move faster and move out of your way. ( ̄ー ̄)

これはシンガポールの自動車学校の練習専用車だよ。日本の「仮免許練習中」のプレートと違い、シンガポールのやつは「L」(Learner) としか書いてない。一般の運転士さんはプライドがちょっと高いからwww「L」の後ろに走るのがいやだから、「L」車はいつもそんなやつにいじめられている。「L」車にホーン鳴らしたら「L」車はすぐ早く走ってくれるとか、道を譲るとか、すぐ目の前から消えるとかというのはただの都市伝説です。( ̄ー ̄) 何をしても無駄です。wwww だからやめて、いじめを。無意味の抵抗はやめてください!! www  ( ̄▽ ̄)ノ
Singapore シンガポール

Japan 日本
The Japanese learner plate is more than an "L". It says in the white portion "Provisional License: ON PRACTICE", then in the yellow part "Beware of sudden braking". I thought of getting my license in Japan since they allow students to complete in two weeks, but after I saw their equivalent of our L plate, I'd better finish it here.

When learner drivers graduate, they'll need to put up the Wakaba mark or Shoshin-sha (beginner's) mark, the equivalent of our yellow/orange triangle probational plate. It is actually pretty cute.
Wakaba Mark/初心者マーク

 I really hope I can use the Futaba mark or the P-plate soon!! *Fingers and toes all crossed* ( ̄▽ ̄)ノ

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