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For the third time in two days I witnessed drivers, most likely tourists, turning the wrong way down one-way streets. In one case, an accident barely was avoided. Another snarled up traffic pretty badly. Because there are no one-way signs, we all need to be extra vigilant at these intersections during tourist season.

I find it interesting that Panama has adopted strict seat belt enforcement, signs (some) indicating curves, and even speed bumps, but somehow has overlooked one-way traffic signs.  And in David particularly stop signs are a rarity or are obscured by foliage. I think this lack of signage poses significant hazards on the roads here.

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Yes.   Makes me nervous when my husband trusts the other driver will stop at these intersections where he has the right of way.  I just don't trust the other drivers.  He wants to mount my seat facing backwards. ....no I think he'd rather put me in the trunk.

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Make room in that trunk for one more person. I may be joining you! 😄

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