Feelings, and Emotions while Driving

Posted on by Defensive Driving Team | in Cool Driving

Whether you are calm, nervous, or hot-tempered, your emotions can  affect the way you drive. Strong emotions can interfere with your ability to think and reason. Don’t let your emotions interfere with your  safe driving. Use good judgment, common sense, courtesy, and safe driving rules to ensure your safety and the safety of others. Rage, impatience, and over-confidence are all emotions and attitudes that can negatively affect your driving because they can cause you to concentrate on a single event and not your driving task. While attitude and driving skills are important, good driving habits enable a driver to stay away from danger and react correctly in an emergency. Taking a Defensive Driving Course will show you ways to control your emotions and focus on driving.

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