Big Traffic Brother Is Watching You

August 21, 2016 by Justin Hanus

In many places the eternal battle between motorist and traffic cop is carried on like a game of cat and mouse with law enforcement lying in wait for its prey undetected behind a billboard or at the bottom of a hill. Not so in Japan where the task is turned over to an array of […]

Disconnect Your Car Battery Before Long Trips

November 8, 2015 by Ray Proper

The expat lifestyle in Japan often means long durations of time spent abroad, and away from your vehicle. Before you go we wanted to remind you of a few things to keep in mind before leaving your vehicle parked for any length of time. Keeping in mind that navigation and other electronics systems available in modern cars […]

Japan: To Drive or Not to Drive?

December 10, 2014 by Ray Proper

When discussing the pros and cons of driving in Japan, one of the most common questions that comes up is whether a car is really necessary at all. Those relocating to the one of Japan’s major cities such as Tokyo, Nagoya, or Osaka soon find upon arriving that most large metropolitan areas are serviced by […]

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