Driving a car is not as easy as it seems. It takes skill, patience and nerves of steel to drive on the road without running into anything or anyone. But what if there was someone who threatened you while they were driving? Not only would you be scared for your life, but also for theirs. Sometimes people will shout things from their cars at other drivers in rage. This can lead to an accident where everyone involved could get hurt or worse! In this blog post we’ll discuss how to handle these stressful situations so that no one gets hurt including yourself
It’s a shame that these days, most people are too afraid to confront someone who is in the wrong and when they do, it doesn’t go well. However, I’m not one of those people. If someone speaks to me like that, I’m driving closer so I can hit! It’s just something about anger boiling over inside my chest and coming out as this really powerful force that takes over me for a moment – it feels great. Letting out anger like this also helps get rid of any pent up frustration or stress you may be feeling at the time.
I’ve never been in an accident, but I try to imagine how bad it can be when someone is driving too close or they cut you off. It’s scary and dangerous – not just for the people in the other car, but also for me! There are a lot of cars on the road these days that could drive into my lane without realizing it, which would lead to an accident where everyone involved could get hurt or worse! In this blog post we’ll discuss how to handle these stressful situations so that no one gets hurt – including yourself. We all deserve our space on the roads and understanding from others who share them with us so here are some tips.
If someone cuts you off: Make sure you’re following a safe distance behind the other car, as this will give you time to stop if they start weaving or speeding. If there’s too much of a gap and traffic is busy (lots of cars around), that may be your only option.
If someone starts driving too close: Do not drive any slower to provide more space for them, as this could cause another accident! For example, if I’m going 60 km/h in my lane and an oncoming vehicle is coming at me at 80 km/h – should I slow down so he can pass me? NO! That would put him closer than before which might get us both hurt when his tire hits mine from being unable to stop.
If someone honks: Make sure you’re following the rules of the road and not violating any laws. If you are, then do a U-turn or drive to an area that’s less busy so they can pass safely (but don’t stop in the middle of moving traffic unless it is absolutely necessary).
0. You happen to be traveling on a one-way street when another car approaches from behind at high speed with no intention of slowing down as he passes. What should you do?
A) Drive faster until he gets out of your way B) Pull off onto a side street C) Slow down so there will be enough space between cars D) Honk your horn E) Do nothing – just wait for it. 0. You happen to be traveling on a one-way street when another car approaches from behind at high speed with no intention of slowing down as he passes. What should you do? A drive faster until he gets out of your way, or even honking the horn won’t make him slow down if that’s his intent, but pulling over and waiting might not always work either since this person may see stopping in the middle of traffic as an invitation to drive right up next to you!
The answer is B) Pull off onto a side street. If the other driver can’t slow down, be prepared for an accident and give yourself some space to maneuver by pulling over quickly before you’re too close to stop safely.
B-Pull off onto a side street: if the other driver cannot slow down (possibly because they are inebriated or coming at you intentionally), pull over as soon as possible so your car will have enough room to move out of harm’s way when it comes time to brake!
A-Drive faster until he gets out of your way: driving faster may cause this person get left behind but might also lead them on an accelerating collision course with yours – not good either way! C- Honk the horn: while this might be annoying to you, it may not even register with someone who is intent on giving you grief.
D-Slow down and make him pass by: if he can’t go faster than you in a straight line, slow down or pull aside so they have room to get around without having to drive off of the road!
E-Tailgate them until they change lanes: as tempting as this seems at first glance (especially for those prone to road rage), tailgating will only lead to more anger – and possibly an accident when one vehicle decides that enough is enough!