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Driving in Jordan | Tanya GO Travel
Driving in Jordan is a challenge. I did prefer to call it a challenge instead of danger because overcoming the local circumstances depends on personal driving skills. You better keep your eyes wide open, completely focus on the road, applying the best abilities to predict and overcome. Or at least, this is what you are supposed to do if you are travelling as a tourist or just visiting, not aware of the local driving habits and peculiarities. After more than 20 years of being a super active driver, with no accidents, I was convinced - Amman, the capital of Jordan, is the only place in the world I won't be able to drive. Ooops, the second place in the world - after Cairo, Egypt. The same chaos, lack of any traffic logic, an absolute mess of traffic rules (if any applicable), plus stuck in the traffic jam during the rush hours in the morning and late afternoon, surrounded by often arrogant, careless drivers. Ahhh yes, and last, but not least - the importance of the horn. Every