- Jun 16, 2007
Use your common sense. There is a highway in MA where everyone always goes 90+, yet there are other highways where you wouldnt want to go over 70
Is it weird that I actually do do all of that?Here's a tip: never be where people don't expect you to be. That includes crossing red lights. Noone EVER looks to the left and the right when crossing a green light.
That also includes driving 50 km/h over in the fast lane when there's any traffic. Somebody will look in their rear view mirror, they'll see you're far and change lanes, or avoid a pothole. You can rear-end them. People don't track speed in their rear view mirrors.
I, for one, expect people to blow by me 160 km/h after midnight. Sofia has some loong straight boulevards...Is it weird that I actually do do all of that?
Anyway, 95% of the time I do the Christian motoring thing. Letting people in, adhering to the speed limit, signaling with appropriate time length, etc. The other 5% happens between the hours of 2AM and whenever I get home.
Do note, though, that nothing good happens after 2AM.
I think conforming to everybody else standards is more the problem here. Its ok to have fun sometimes, even if it is against the law. Most traffic laws are ridiculous. I enjoy kicking my car sideways here and there if there is no one around but my own self to injure. I can except the responsibility for my own car and health.I've heard your opinions on my shit driving style, and I have decided to start driving like a normal person. After seeing someone being hit head on because someone was being dumb and ran a red light, I see how I may (or more or less was) reckless...
I need some help. If I ever do get "boy racer" urges, what do you suggest I do? I'm not ready to go full Christian motorist, but I am ready to go normal driver.