I think it is really silly to clamp a car for parking on a zebra crossing.
I've heard some people have a nap on the hard shoulder, though it is both forbidden and dangerous.
I find it amazing that so many drivers overtake on a bend when they cannot see what is coming.
to go into a skid
My car went into a skid and I drove into the back of the car in front of me.
I think that inspectors on buses, trains and tram are a necessary evil, just like traffic wardens.
to take the train / go by coach
I rather take the train than go by coach when I commute because I like to be able to stretch my legs.
I hadn't heard there would be a diversion, so I arrived late for my appointment.
túllépi a megengedett sebességet
to exceed the speed limit
It is terribly easy to exceed the speed limit without even noticing when you drive on a motorway.
When I was driving across Italy, my car broke down and I had to call a breakdown truck.
Queue jumpers make standing in a bus queue even worse than it otherwise is.
to run over sb/sth
My friend once ran over a dog, but luckily the vet was able to save it.
I don't like underpasses but they are an easier way to cross a road that footbridges, especially in bad weather.
I was really upset when I got a ticket because I didn't notice a road sign well hidden behind a tree.
I think almost everybody hates traffic wardens, but as long as they stop people from blocking my garage, I'm okay with them.
belerohan vmibe, karambolozik
to crash into sth
A van crashed into a bus and both drivers and some passangers had to be taken to hospital.
Though I only use the bus two or three times a week, for me it's worth buying a monthly pass since my workplace pays two-thirds of it.
It is good to know when travelling that in different countries motorists are required to have different equipment in their cars.
The new bypass has really reduced congestion in the city centre.
Though roundabouts are practival, for many drivers they take some time to get used to.
I think speeding is so dangerous that those who do it should be fined heavily.
When I started driving, I was terrified of level crossings.
to lose one's way
I'm so happy to have a satnav in my car because I kept losing my way wherever I went.
Yesterday's fog caused a pile-up on the M5 but luckily no one died.
to pay a fine
Nowadays pedestrians have to pay heavy findes when crossing the street at a red light.
megadja az elsőbbséget
to give right of way
I almost crashed into a lorry that didn't give me right of way but managed to swerve and avoid it.
Though my grandfather has had to pay fines for several traffic offences, he still thinks he is a good driver.
I really do not understand why adult cyclists use the pavement when there is a cycle path available.
átadja a helyét
to give up one's seat
I always give up my seat on the bus for the elderly and people with small children.
lehajt (utópályáról), kijön (körforgalomból)
to take the exit
It is really annoying that so many drivers forget to indicate before taking the exit at a roundabout.
They put a speed hump in front of the school because drivers kept speeding in spite of the road signs.