Actually there's statistical, physical and evidence, but I was giving you the benefit of the doubt, but I can't be bothered with you any more.
I'm wondering about these specific examples of poorly maintained national roads. I've given you one, and that's the only one I've encountered in the entire time driving here. The rest are fine by European standards.
Anyone with half a brain knows that the roads and standards of driving in Poland are not up to scratch - getting better yes, but far from the mark.
Anyone with half a brain can see the nice new motorways and expressways popping up everywhere. Or was I dreaming when I drove on 2x2 minimum roads to Krakow recently?
The evidence is all around.
So you don't actually have specific examples of poorly maintained roads. What a surprise.
Even DW roads tend to be well maintained in Poland, especially in tricky terrain.
Enjoy your super highway, I'm done here.
I will, and I'll also enjoy the fact that there is much less traffic on them than in Germany, for instance.
Don't agree that its the lack of enforcement's fault too. what, because there are no police knocking around you can drive like a total f ing pr**k?!
Pretty much. That's the Polish mentality in play - if you think you can get away with something, you do. Even if you're caught, 10 points maximum (and often far less) isn't much of a deterrent.
Also have to agree with poor DIM lighting.
Where? I'm really wondering where this dim lighting is, because I've driven all over the place and haven't seen anything like this.
Street signs ARE a joke. Too many, Ive seen upto 7 signs on one post in places. Soon there will be sign posts warning you that in 20m there will be a sign.
Where are you people driving? I don't see anything like this here...