'How to Drive Like an Idiot in Bacolod' is the story of the British expat author's "road culture shock" when faced with the hazards of driving in Bacolod, Philippines.Those hazards are vividly described in this book.
He draws on his vast experience as a police-trained driver to offer tips in defensive driving in the hope it will help in surviving the chaos on the roads of the Philippines.
This book also addresses the negative impact of the author's observations about the local road culture by highlighting the many "great things" about Bacolod and the surrounding area.
The book is aimed at expats, Filipinos and tourists alike.
|Publisher:||Bentley Sabrine Books|
|File size:||3 MB|
About the Author
Stephen Bentley is a former police Detective Sergeant and barrister (trial attorney) from the UK. He is now a freelance writer and occasional HuffPost UK contributor on undercover policing and mental health issues.
His memoir 'Undercover: Operation Julie - The Inside Story' is a frank account of his undercover detective experiences during Operation Julie - an elite group of detectives who successfully investigated one of the world's largest drugs rings.
Stephen also writes fiction including the Steve Regan Undercover Cop Thriller and Detective Matt Deal Thriller series.
When he isn't writing, Stephen relaxes on the beaches of the Philippines with his family where he now lives.