Many people do not realise that they can either contribute to either road safety or road danger.
But you can, just by watching the way you drive and being responsible, create a safer environment for everyone. The first thing to do when you get into the car is have the right attitude. When you are angry and frustrated it’s never a good time to drive. Take a few minutes before you get into your car to take a few deep breaths. Release any anger and drive your car when you are more relaxed.
Don’t let other drivers anger you. Unfortunately, there are any number of terrible drivers on the road. Yes, we have all experienced them. They come into your lane without indicating, they speed past you dangerously, and they drive too close behind you.
But no matter how many drivers you get angry at, there is always another 3 more on the road somewhere. The best thing to do is to let them pass by and continue on with your journey safely. We can’t change the way that they drive but we can control how we react to them. So let us all make positive changes.