Easier said than done!


The best way to cure road rage, is to stop driving. But, how will people get to work? Public transportation? I don’t know about you, but service is horrible in my state. Having a friend take me here or there, eventually becomes a unnecessary chore for some people. So, then what do we do? Driving is almost a necessity for most of us to get to where we are going, but it’s hard when some drivers bring their anger behind the wheel. Drivers with fast cars, love to test the limits of their vehicles on the roads, especially highways, or why else did they buy cars like that in the first place. I don’t think a Hummer is going to want to push it to the limit and run out of gas just because he was cut-off, but I could be wrong. I’ve noticed that different parts of the country, has almost unwritten rules of how drivers tend to drive. For instance, driving in New York, slow drivers tend to drive on the fast lane, but in New England, slow drivers in the fast lane move toward the right, to let faster drivers speed ahead. You see? It’s almost like drivers have a sense of how drivers drive, in their respective parts of the country. To keep things going smoothly, I think, it’s better to stay to the right or the center lane, and just cruise to your destination. But, that easier said than done, for the road rage tends to spill out every now and then. True or not? Therefore, curing road rage needs to be extremely enforced, but seldom does law enforcement catch reckless driving in the act unless their aren’t many drivers on the road in the first place. To drive reckless, on an empty highway, is a great target for cops to catch up, but every state is different. What do you think? 

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About luis castillo

An introvert who enjoys reading, writing and journal entry and recently picked up iphoneography along the way. My "Walls of Solitude" is my sanctuary and where most, if not all of my writings scream through my fingertips.
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