Turkish Bus Driver

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Turkish Bus Driver Game - Play Turkey City Bus Driving Games

You play as a city bus driver in Turkey, and your task is to pick up the passengers through your line in a turkish city. Then you should drop the passengers through your line which location they want. While driving you can earn points if you conform traffic lambs and your line. Be careful the police when you pick up more passengers to your city bus. In this situation you can want the passengers for falling down. If you are good at what you are doing, then you can the best Turkish bus driver in the city. Have fun!

Play Turkish City Bus Driving game online for free today

Do you like to ride on a bus in the city, and do you also like to play a driving game? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our free Turkish Bus Driver game. Am I right? ;)

How to play the Turkish City Bus Driver game online

First use your mouse to choose whether you want to play this game in English or Turkish. Use arrows for movement, Fall down the passengers with E key, and use spacebar for your Handbrake.

Turkish road warrior driving tips from a Turkish Bus Driver

A Turkish bus driver is a person who is driving buses professionally in Turkey. They typically drive their buses between bus stations or stops, and often drop off and pick up passengers on a predetermined route schedule. There are a lot of reckless, inattentive, unskilled, and emotional drivers in Turkey. Large truck and Bus drivers are mostly experienced professionals who cause few problems in traffic, except maybe sometimes on two-lane where these large vehicles drive slower than regular cars. When driving on highways the average Turkish driver ignore marked lanes, and often wander across several lanes, usually without using turn signals. Some people drive very slow an others are going at very high speed. So be careful, make sure to flash your headlights and/or honk your horn if you think they don't see you while driving. Center-line markings makes only sense in a perect world, when driving in Turkey it is recommended that you use good judgement rather than relying on those markings. In Turkey a broken line (overtaking zone) may or may not give you enough time to pass another vehicle, as this is depending on the other vehicle's speed, and also your speed. Traffic sign and signals are sometimes observed, other times they're ignored, so you just have to figure out which. In the city traffic signals are placed so the first car in intersection cannot see them, this person will have to rely on the cars behind them honk the horns when it is ready to go. Expect cars behind you to honk horns as soon as the signal changes. It is both a signal that you can now proceed, and also an indication of displeasure that you have not already done so. In fact, many Turkish drivers will honk their horns whenever you do something that they don't want you to do in traffic, such as be in front of them, or exist at all. When it comes to the traffic Police in Turkey, they usually ignore drivers in newer cars and concentrate on trucks, buses and older vehicles of questionable mechanical aptitude. So, if you are going to Turkey, you will have to be careful when driving.

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