Continuing the matter.
Unfortunately in Brazil the roads are dangerous due to the lack of structure in some locations and mainly human irresponsibility. I like my country more if I had the opportunity to go to another country with a better quality of life I would leave quickly.
As our friend Martin said, there are good things about Brazil that few know about. Here you have wonderful landscapes despite the lack of administration by the government.
Gastronomy is also strong in several states, regional cultures are strong and worth visiting. More like I said, an ignorant population and corrupt rulers dirty the country's reputation. As a result, the biggest loser is the good citizen and the degradation in nature that I love so much.
Returning to the video.
Drivers in Brazil are very professional.
Companies are strict in hiring and guiding their employees. On YouTube there are several channels of bus drivers recording the day-to-day profession and leaving good messages on how to behave in traffic (with responsibility and care).
If you are interested in following this channel, it is very good.
Alan by the way is a nice and very professional person.
This video is interesting to show some areas of Brazil with a lack of structure.
Of course there are good roads like this in the two videos below.
A well-tended and well-used toll road (destined for the beach in the state of São Paulo).
There is a conversation throughout the video but I believe it will not disturb the experience. It is a very winding and monitored road.