Few of us can claim perfection when it comes to our behaviour behind the wheel. Everyone's a back seat driver. Unless you have a legitimate emergency, don't block traffic and think it's okay just because your blinkers are.
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They arent actually confident, if youve kept up with the points so far, youre probably justified in feeling fairly pleased with yourself. And the other drivers shouldn't the Entertaining Movies have a mental image of you as that douchebag they encountered this morning. 3) You give way when necessary. Driving while tired is a dangerous habit for motorists to get into. But if for example there's a gigantic sign that says "Right lane must turn right then you have no excuse not to comply. To err is human and all that.
You don't have to look far to find examples of those. Point out examples of unsafe driving, explain why you are changing lanes or slowing down, announce when you are checking the mirrors, and explain how you are reacting to information. Mug life: the key to safety on the roads is not to be over-confident Credit: Alamy. The faster you're going, the bigger the physical space should. Tailgating is juvenile at best and dangerous at worst. Indeed, as Mr Clinton reports, failing to look properly causes many thousands of accidents on our roads. But short of keeping them off the road entirely, is there a way to make their driving safer for them and for the rest of us?