Indecision Kills. Pick a Side of the Road and Stick to it.Posted: April 26, 2013
There are of course no official Kleptokran road traffic accident statistics. However, you can take a guess at their attitude to safety behind the wheel by this public safety poster.
Our contact explains the context:
“Keen to avoid accusations of repression and heavily influenced by Glasnost, in 1989 the Resplendent Chairflower declared both sides of the road open for all drivers, depending on what sort of mood they woke up in. His popularity immediately soared as opponents to the policy – the nation’s few car owners – drove directly into each other at high speed. However, the Chairflower observed some Kogs taking advantage of the new law a little too enthusiastically, swerving all over road and beeping their horns boistrously. They were really taking the piss. After he personally witnessed an erratic hatchback bursting a cow he ordered these posters to be put up all over the Republik. They encourage people to at least adopt some consistency”