Traffic in Vietnam is quite complicated. Learning how to take a flexible ride, slow down, speed up is very important for you to have a safe motorcycle trip in Vietnam. Even making a turn also requires careful observation. Too aggressive while driving may endanger you and other people. Therefore, keep in mind that staying calm and being flexible is a must for a ride in Vietnam. However, it would be best if you try riding for a few hours before starting the real trip so that you can get used to the transportation system as well as your motorcycle.

While driving through the mountainous areas, you should keep staying vigilant and watch out from other vehicles such as buses and big trucks on blind corners. They will let you know that they are coming by honking their horns. It is a signal for “I am here! Slow down and be careful”. It’s quite normal to do that while passing other road users in Vietnam. Feel free to use your horn because it’s very useful for you and other people on the road.

Traveling on your motorcycle will be the most memorable experience in your lifetime. I hope all the information above can help you to figure out what to do. So are you ready to prepare for your next trip through Vietnam? Have fun, and enjoy your Vietnam motorcycle trip.