Sometimes I surprise myself at the ammount of stuff I learned in the YD classroom that stuck with me. I still cover my horn, keep three seconds of space on the highway, glance left-center-right, ground view, and even do a little circle check once in a while. Anybody who drives with me very often (especially my sister) also knows that I love my running commentary.

I often talk to other drivers. I admit it. In particular I tell them how stupid they’re being by doing certain things and what they should have done. It really annoys me when people don’t stop at stop signs (I don’t care if you stopped behind me at the stop sign, you have to stop yourself too!) or pass when they shouldn’t.

I can be nice too though. Just last week I was cheering for a guy in a little red car up ahead for going the speed limit on the Foster Thurston. Everybody speeds on that road despite it being nothing but blind hills and sharp curves. And if somebody lets me turn left at that intersection in front of the fire station, I’ll probably propose. Seriously.

Random FAQ Comments (5)

5 Responses to “I know my habits”

  1. heza says:

    It costs over a 1000 € to get a license in Germany. It must be worth it to drive over 200 kpm on the Autobahn. Wheeee!

  2. Shelli says:

    A little common courtesy on the road goes a long way. I don’t know why people do things on the highway that they wouldn’t dream of doing to your face.

  3. Iris says:

    I like your blog:)

  4. The best person you'll ever meet says:

    oh no, you’re a backseat driver?

    hm. okay. i’m never driving you if/whenbythegraceofgod i get my license.

  5. GP says:

    no no, I don’t pay attention when I’m a passenger. I mean I talk to the drivers of other cars when I’m driving.

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