Most of the time, each country has its own traffic laws. When we go on holiday to these places, we must adapt to the local customs and habits, but sometimes, this can be more complicated in certain destinations...
The axis of hell
Located in the city of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, this hub is known to be among the most chaotic in the world. Though thousands of cars use it every day, it is still a mystery how motorists manage to get by just as well without traffic lights or stop signs.
The very least we can say is that the whole chaotic situation is a mess! Nobody stays in their lane, everyone goes where they want and some cars even drive in the wrong direction. We get cold sweats just watching this footage and we really wouldn't want to drive on this road. The most surprising thing is that the traffic still moves relatively smoothly and fluid. People seem to be used to it and are pretty good at avoiding crashes, unlike this driver on the other hand.
When you see this footage, you will finally agree that driving in London and in many other large cities with heavy traffic is not so terrible after all! Although it looks incredibly chaotic to us, it seems all you need to do is just keep calm while driving.