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How To Be The Best Driver Ever.

Posted 10-24-2009 at 05:06 PM by Xyden
Here's a Few Accurate Tips:
-above all, assume every other driver is stupid and does not know what they are doing, thus
-Do not take the skills of other driver for granted.

-Be confident in your own moves, but don't be stubborn. Calculate safely.

-Keep a fair distance between you and the car in front (2 secs distance at least), some idiots love slamming the brakes at the very last second, as many vehicles out there also have some type of tail light failure.

-When switching lanes, never take the mirrors for granted; always check your blind spots.

-The left lane is the speed lane. It's a rather unspoken rule that not many know of but if you are going to drive at the speed limit, keep on the right lane. Trucks and other heavy vehicles are often by law commanded to remain on the right lane.

-When being tailgated, do not panic. Keep an eye on the speed of the vehicles approaching behind you. Most tailgating problems happen on the left lane. If you cannot heed way, drive steadily and brake slowly with great anticipation before reaching a point that demands you to do so.

-Attempt driving around the speed limit, preferably 3 MPH over the limit since you cannot manually keep the vehicle at a steady speed. Slow driving infuriates other drivers, prevoking them to roadrage, stealing your attention, and provoking crashes. You can get a ticket for slow driving.
Speed driving dicreases the reaction time to avoid unexpected circumstances. Even if you can spot danger quickly, it does not mean that your vehicle can react just as quick, or that you can steer clear without confronting further and perhaps more hazardous dangers.

-When driving at night make sure your high lights are not on unless there is poor visibility and no one in front of you. Strong lights impair the visibility of other drivers in front; incoming and ongoing. As well as it's a rather certain beacon for drivers under influence to crash head on with you.

-Avoid driving near anyone with a plate from FL. Believe me when I tell you they are a red flag on the road.

-Believe driving stereotypes, they are mostly accurate but it is not a fair reason for you to be discriminating or racist. It is something to keep in mind to know what to look out for, without the need to assume.

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  1. PedroRomero's Avatar
    what's the source of these?

    i HATE tailgaters.

    i knew someone from FL and she alwaus complained that us here in VA cannot drive. i said "i always heard peple in FL can't drive" and she said "people in FL drive the best because we're used to driving in rains and hurricanes"

    i don't believe her
    Posted 10-25-2009 at 08:51 PM by PedroRomero PedroRomero is offline
  2. Xyden's Avatar
    The source is personal experience. I love driving.
    There's a little trick to make tailgaters knock it off most of the time but I didn't list it up there because it is a little dangerous for unexperienced drivers.
    FL people can barely drive, and the ones that do stay in the state. Apparently the bad ones love traveling to show off their state's pride. Used to driving in rains and hurricanes? Not quite as bad as snow, and I don't see how you can drive if your car is up in the air in a hurricane.
    Maybe she meant that FL drivers drive everywhere as though they were in the midst of a terribly bad-weather day.
    Posted 10-26-2009 at 10:04 AM by Xyden Xyden is offline
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