“Conbini warp” an increasing traffic problem for businesses and authorities across Japan

Originally published on Sora News by Master Blaster


Warping is best left to the Mario Bros.

Driving in Japan is certainly not without its share of problems. Narrow winding streets and blind corners abound for motorists, while widespread disregard for basic rules of the road plague pedestrians.

But one issue has become an increasing headache for law enforcement and business owners in Japan. It’s called the “conbini warp” and describes the act of a car cutting through a parking lot to avoid waiting at red light.

▼ Video of a driver getting cut off by a conbini warp

The use of “conbini” in

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