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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-26-2012, 03:37 PM Thread Starter
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Oh, to live in a country with more relaxed traffic laws ... No filtering or lane splitting allowed here in Canada. Aside from the hooligans on bikes, traffic looks fairly orderly in Brazil. What are the statistics on traffic fatalities? Cool vids, by the way.
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Versuvius,

In the following link we have a lot of tables showing numbers of death in traffic from 1996 to 2010: http://www.mapadaviolencia.org.br/pd...2_transito.pdf

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Gustavo.
Very good these statistics.

Agora imagine se aqui no Brasil tivesse algumas leis como em outros países? Será que funcionaria? Como por exemplo: proibido trafegar entre os carros, para tirar a carteira deveríamos ter um tempo em cada fase ( començanco com baixas cilindradas e só depois vai subindo).
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Can you help me with a translation of taxas de obitos? The rest I can sort of figure out. It looks like accidents involving motorcycles are increasing in numbers at a pretty significant rate. Pedestrians are doing better though, so that's good.
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taxas de obitos
mortality rates. (by Google translator) = number of deaths per 100.000 habitants.

If you need some help with a specific table, let me know.

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Ahhh yes, I have been to Brasil many times. I swear that "pare" is really just a suggestion and not a rule. Tons of motorcycles everywhere- I think I saw only one Harley when I was in Salvador. Great people, love the country.
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Ahhh yes, I have been to Brasil many times. I swear that "pare" is really just a suggestion and not a rule. Tons of motorcycles everywhere- I think I saw only one Harley when I was in Salvador. Great people, love the country.
Beautiful words is always nice to hear compliments, unfortunately not please all the "tourists" who come visit Brazil, if you are here be sure to visit the heart of this Country that is Sao Paulo.
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