For over a week this lamp had all three lights lit at the same time.
Since Indonesia is the 4th most populated country in the world, and the population lives on densely populated islands, traffic safety is a major concern for foreigners. Dangerous traffic conditions pose a more serious threats than that of terrorists, robbers, or pickpockets, etc.
There are many negative articles online that that can be read about Indonesian traffic, most of which were written by foreigners who have had very bad driving experiences. While it’s true that there are tremendous challenges to driving in Indonesia, foreigners must understand that they are the outsiders, and their complaining won’t change the traffic situations. There are many cultural and social attitudes associated with Indonesian traffic, and if changes are going to be made they must come from within. The same can be said of the negative social behavior of cutting-into-lines in Indonesia. That behavior can be directly associated with driving conditions.