Good Drivers Versus Bad Drivers Habits

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Good Drivers versus Bad Drivers Habits

Many of today's drivers have dangerous driving habits. You do not have to travel far to see people driving with risky driving techniques. Bad drivers have dangerous driving habits and they can be observed on highways and in residential streets. In contrast, good drivers have good driving habits. Both affect our lives in different ways.

Good drivers always care about the safety rules. Moreover, they follow them. Wearing a safety belt is a must for them. Safety belts can prevent death in about half of the accidents. Bad drivers know that not wearing a safety belt can affect their families and loved ones. They know that and still not wearing a safety belt.

Good drivers never drive in a hurry. They allow themselves plenty of extra time to reach their destination and allow for emergencies or traffic jams. They can be more relaxed while driving. In contrast, bad drivers just don't care about time. They're racing at incredible speeds tailgating just to reach the red light and sit there for three minutes. They are always in a hurry to get nowhere. Thus, they create a traffic jam just to go to the mall and have a cup of coffee.

Concentrating while driving is a habit for good drivers. They always have a clear head before driving. They get a good rest and don't drive for long stretches without a break. In contrast, bad drivers risk the safety of themselves and others on the highway by trying to drive when they are tired. It is well recognized that if you drive when you're tired, the chances of a crash are dramatically increased.

In conclusion, there is an old saying, "Good habits are as hard to break as bad habits." If you have dangerous driving habits you can change them by applying good driving skills for a few weeks. After a few weeks, many of these good driving techniques will become your new habits. You should practice following safety rules, allowing yourself...
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