It was a beautiful foggy morning on our way to school. The lake has the most fog over it. It is a little chilly outside so both me and my darling daughter were bundled up. The traffic was slow, too-driving with caution.
Driving is not an easy task. We always have to be very aware of what’s going on on the road. We should be very attentive and should look through the side and rear view mirrors once every 10 seconds. I learned that from my driving instructor at a driving school in Fort Worth.
On the road, you will never know what’s gonna happen. So it is very important to be ready and use your good judgement in every driving situation. For example, if you are driving on the right lane on an Interstate highway where the Left Lane is for Passing Only and someone’s driving on that lane slower than the speed limit, the possibility of backing up the traffic is high. If that driver won’t keep up with the speed limit or won’t speed up to move over in front of you, you just have to speed up a little so the cars behind will be able to have the chance to pass him or her.
I experienced that situation when I was going out of town. I had to speed up ahead a little to let the traffic on the left lane move over to my lane (right) so they can pass the slow moving car on the left (passing) lane. Many drivers out there are just inconsiderate a**holes. So as a friendly advice, it is VERY IMPORTANT to pay attention at all times. In addition, you MUST NOT engaged to or AVOID or might as well QUIT) bad habits such as:
- using cellphones while driving
- putting make-up on while driving
- playing music very loud
- eating while driving
- driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol
- being aggressive on the road
I admit I was guilty with the first and last before. But I overcame them. I love myself and my family as much I love my life.
What else can you add to the list? You are welcome to share your opinion in the comments below.
We sure know that traveling without proper planning can be depressing. That is why we do our research and dig into all kinds of references to obtain a worry-free and stress-free travel and vacation. Because when we are stressed, we won’t be able to enjoy traveling.
At some point in time many people encounter problems while traveling especially when they are on a road travel. Driving can be very stressful at times – especially long drives. Every time we go on a road travel of town or out of state, my dear husband reminds me to be very careful in driving. There’s no telling when an accident could happen. Road accidents happen every day everywhere. The best we can do is to pay extra caution and be more watchful to eliminate that chance.
But what gives you the enormous hassle is that if you get arrested for traffic violations just because you are in a rush and you don’t know who to contact for help defend yourself. In this case, you should always make yourself familiar with the traffic laws in every state you go to. In Arizona for example, you need to know how to reach the traffic lawyer glendale az state. There are so many ways to record and keep track of these important contacts. One example is listing important emergency contacts in small notebook and keep it safe in the storage compartment of your vehicles. Smartphones can go low battery unexpectedly but your notebook will always be available.
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I remember the minor rear-end accident happened years ago. The driver was on her way to the airport on the interstate and I saw her tailgaiting the car in front of her on the left lane. When that car’s driver hit the brakes, the girl panicked and spun three times in front of us. My husband and I were in the middle lane. We stopped at the same time that’s when got her rear-ended. Though it was a minor accident, to me it was big hassle. See that could have been avoided if that girl just kept her cool in driving. Instead of tailgaiting a car, she could have just thought of a safe way to pass him. Many drivers are tailgaters…I should say a******s. After that incident, we didn’t have a car for two weeks. We had to rent a car. The insurance covered the expenses but the trauma and the time wasted on that are unforgettable.
For us who drive to work, to school, or just to do errands, the road is not safe really. It is up to us to be very watchful and attentive all the time. Using cellphones while driving is a no no to me. So many lives were taken because of that. And so many traffic violations were made because of that as well. I depend of my cellphone most of the time but when I am driving, I fight the urge to grab it. I don’t want it to be the cause of a road accident nor a traffic violation. We have to keep our hands on the wheel and our eyes on the road.
Have you ever been into a traffic violation?