Angry MeJune 24, 2011 | in Cool Driving
Most of us know the 5’0 clock rush hour is a mess.
Trying to get home to your family that you have not seen all day. Some of us mothers have to go get the kids from day Care, deal with the baby in the car sit crying all while your trying to get home. You are already tired from the long hard day you had at work.
Now you are driving home and all of sudden here comes the driver that’s on his cellphone not paying attention to what is going on around him. He pulls out in front me and drives as slow as possible. Never mind the fact I have to slam on my brakes to keep from hitting him from behind.
I was really angry and took off on the side of the driver and threw a jar of peanut butter at the rude driver. Now as a defensive driving employee I did not handle that situation in a good way.
Instead of throwing the jar of peanut butter at him, I should of went back to what I have learned from watching the streaming on line video from WheelsinMotion (Emotions & Driving).
What if that driver would have turned around and followed me – something bad could of happened to me.
I should have stayed calm, even pulled over and calmed myself down before I went back on the road.
Being an angry driver or letting your emotions get to you while you drive is not a good thing to do. That’s why I recommend signing up today with Defensive Driving Course and take the streaming on line video course and learn more ways to be a safe and effective driver.← Employee Driving | Fatal Metro Bus crash slows down traffic… →