Drivers in Ghana have laid blame of road accidents on passengers due to the incessant pressure they give to them whilst driving.
According to the drivers, passengers often bombard them with insults when they fail to speed to their satisfaction.
In doing the bid of the passengers, the drivers drive on top speed to avoid all sorts of insults and name-calling.
“Most of the causes are from passengers, they hate it when a different car bypasses them and they will be putting pressure on you, the car is too slow, can’t you speed, we’ve sat in the car for too long, why haven’t we reached our destination yet. So they put too much pressure on us,” a driver revealed.
The drivers further indicated that sometimes the passengers also talk to them in harsh tones, which angers them; reason they often ignore the cries of passengers when they complain on a bus.
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