Friday, March 16, 2012

Flipping Out

We know we harp on this a lot, but really, what is it about Mexican drivers that they have such a hard time keeping all four tires on the ground?  It's like as soon as a car hits the Mexican pavement, its center of gravity suddenly shifts to about 12 feet above the roof.  Here, once again, are some pictures we saw in just a few days of news coverage this week, all of them in Querétaro.







And then, in the same paper, this ad for a driving school:  "Specialists in Nervous People!"  Gee, why would anyone be nervous?


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

the guy with the clipboard looks really nervous...