Be thankful your commute doesn't look like this.
Thousands of exasperated Indian motorists found themselves stranded in a 26-lane traffic jam outside the capital New Delhi this week.
Images of the rush hour nightmare were tweeted by Anil Sood, who captioned them: "Corruption, inefficiency, robbery, fleecing of Commuters colossal national waste of precious FE man hours".
The gridlock on the main road between New Delhi and Gurgaon appears to be a regular occurrance.
The tailbacks are apparently the result of local officials attempting to tackle traffic snarl-ups between the capital and Gurgaon by removing a toll station.
But the move appears to have only made the situation worse.
A report by The Times of India said the hold-ups have led to a "blame game" between local traffic police and officials from India's National Highways Authority that has left motorists "stuck in the middle".
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