All I can say is at my first impression it looked suicidal. After a few days I realised a few things. Drivers there actually look out for riders. Even though the roads are full and cars and bikes are going everywhere, everyone is well aware of each other. You get the Western Tourist who hires a jeep barrelling down the road without care for others, but other than that it’s hectic and calm all at the same time. You can hire a scooter for about $10 Aussie per day or get a 250 Tiger for a little more if you’re a big spender. On a bad note, most tourists ride without helmets, gloves and the use the trusty old well supported Aussie thong for footwear. You have to realise medical attention is not as easy as it is to get here. And carrying your surfboard down the beach on the bike, no problems they have a side rack to stick your board on. One time I saw a young baby sitting in front of dad who was the rider, the daughter behind dad and mum at the rear. Very practical on a scooter. I struggle to see a panel shop and most cars were dent free so even though it may seem chaotic at times. My impression was well everyone just copes and even though it may take them that extra few minutes to get where they are going, it doesn’t matter.