What is it with South African drivers and their need to hear glass break on tar wherever they go? In the last 3 years the amount of borken glass on our roads has gotten much worse, and the other worrying fact is that it is mostly alcohol bottles being broken on the roads. A lot of green glass, and often you can still see the labels stuck to parts as well.
I'm getting quite sick of this, because of the amount of time I spent on the road on a bicycle, I have to keep on dodging glass, sometimes in the face of oncoming traffic. Unfortunately bicycle tyres have a similar price to car tyres, and I cannot afford to keep on replacing them on a too regular basis so I have to dodge the glass.
It also seems that most South Africans think that our beautiful country is one big dustbin, no need to walk to the nearest bin to dump rubbish, just drop it where you want.
All of us are directly or indirectly paying for waste management services, why not use it?
You do not see this problem in other countries, because there you would get a severe fine, or even jail time for dumping your rubbish on the street. These countries have a proper strategy in place. It's called visible policing, and their cops aren't too lazy to enforce even the simplest of rules, by the book! Why can't our cops do the same?