Sunday, March 29, 2009

Le Driving Rules for Life


Adorable Roadtrip Car

My roadtrip with Zenmaster K last week got me thinking how driving and driving rules are very applicable to life as well. Like in life, I managed to follow most of them on the road (except for speeding up when changing lanes and not letting your foot off the breaks in traffic). So in honor of an excellent roadtrip, I would like to share my driving rules for life as well as photos of my roadtrip:

- Always watch where you're going.

- If you reverse, make sure there are no people or objects behind you.

- If you are changing lanes, speed up. It's safer that way.

- If you make a minor mistake mid-road, don't stop to contemplate. You have to keep going.

- If you hit another car or a person, always stop and make sure they're okay.

- If you hit a parked car, leave a note.

- If you are going long distances, make sure you have good music and a bottle of water in the car. Enjoying the journey is important.

- Know how to use the car, including the windows. It's important when you go through a toll booth.

- If you need to stop don't do it mid-road where you will get in the way of other cars. Retreat to a quiet parking spot.

- If you are putting on a sweater in traffic, do not let go of the breaks (I speak from experience).

- Fear is your worst enemy. It will cloud your judgement and can cause you to make mistakes.

- Never ever close your eyes because you are afraid.

- In the beginning it is important to have a good companion to be your second set of eyes.

- If you feel like just enjoying the view, forgo driving for the passenger seat. It's also an ideal spot to control the radio.



Lunch


Seaside Heights


Seaside Heights


Seaside Heights


Amusement Park in Seaside Heights - Getting Ready for the Season


Empty Amusement Park


Empty Amusement Park


Empty Amusement Park


Empty Amusement Park


Half Open - Half Closed


Half Open - Half Closed


Half Open - Half Closed


Half Open - Half Closed


Seaside Heights


Seaside Heights


Seaside Heights


Beautiful reflections


Successful parking job at the end of the day



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1 Comments:

Blogger Adrian said...

I especially like the point about needing to know how to operate the windows when going through a toll booth. Hope you're well!

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