What Is Your Driving Personality?

 

 

Hey there guys. How was your day? I hope you all are doing well. Today we will be discussing an important topic What Is Your Driving Personality. Driving is one of the most important skill in the modern era. It is said that if you are a man and you don’t know to drive then it is possible that you would never get a girl. I have experienced the opposite. I still don’t know driving but I have a girlfriend. I mean to say that don’t believe anything you read on the internet. Trace the sources or at least see who is saying it to you. Verify his credentials and if he is genuine then only believe it. Many people believe quacks and later complain that they were fooled. When it comes to driving there are many important lessons. Of them the most important in my opinion is to know when to apply brakes and how to apply it. Yes, you read that right applying brakes is one of the most difficult parts while you learn to drive. You could only call yourself a driver if you know how to apply brakes. So give proper attention to applying brakes otherwise you might prove dangerous for yourself or the ones present around you. Another important factor are the turn indicators. You must know how to use them properly. You must have the habit of turning them on a few seconds before you are taking a turn. Also, you must remember to switch them off once you have taken the turn. Taking a good turn is something that you would learn as you gain experience in driving. There are many important factors when it comes to driving and you must take care of them. Google the important factors and practice them in the guidance of a trained individual.

I hope you liked my short article. If you are someone who knows how to drive or have any wonderful experience to share then feel free to share it down in the comments section below. Play the quiz as well and don’t forget to share it with your friends and family.

Here are some quotes on driving:

“Are you in the car that’s almost caused three accidents on North Vance?” Hannah asked. “Because I’m following you with my lights flashing, and whoever’s driving isn’t pulling over.”
“Let him go,” Claire said. “Trust me. You aren’t going to get him to stop.”
“Oh, God. It’s Myrnin, isn’t it?”
“Tell that police lady to stop chasing me,” Myrnin said, annoyed, from the front seat. “Really, I’m not THAT bad at this.”
― Rachel Caine, Bite Club

“Of course, in Los Angeles, everything is based on driving, even the killings. In New York, most people don’t have cars, so if you want to kill a person, you have to take the subway to their house. And sometimes on the way, the train is delayed and you get impatient, so you have to kill someone on the subway. That’s why there are so many subway murders; no one has a car.”
― George Carlin, Brain Droppings

“I haven’t met that many women, human or angelic, who actually like to drive. In my experience they seem to be much more pragmatic about the whole thing than we are. For most males, driving is an extension of their masculinity; they have little fantasy scenarios going all the time – races, chases, and dramatic combat with other drivers. Females, on the other hand, generally seem to view driving as something you do to get somewhere. I know, crazy.”
― Tad Williams, The Dirty Streets of Heaven

“There’s a gang of boys on bikes blocking the road ahead. They’ve got their hoods up, cigarettes shielded. The sky’s a really strange colour and there’s hardly anyone else about. I slow right down.

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    What do you usually do when you are stuck in traffic?

    • Groan at how nobody knows how to drive through a gridlock
    • Make it my mission to always be in the fastest moving lane and get out of there as quickly as possible
    • Correct other drivers under my breath
    • Crank up the tunes and enjoy the ride – no one’s going anywhere!
    • Stay focused and get out as soon as I can
  • Question of

    You’re at an intersection when someone going in another direction decides to go at the same time that you do, and you get into an accident. What’s your first thought?

    • Inspect the damages, call my insurance company
    • I was having a nice relaxing drive, and now this?
    • This person is going to pay for my repairs!
    • I had the right of way – this guy needs to learn how to drive.
    • I can’t wait to get out of this car and tell that driver everything he did wrong.
  • Question of

    Do you always stop for pedestrians at pedestrian crossings?

    • Of course, that’s the law
    • Only if the traffic signals tell me to
    • When I’m not in a rush
  • Question of

    What’s your opinion on sharing the road with cyclists?

    • They need to stay in their designated bike paths
    • If they impede my driving, I won’t hesitate to yell out the window to tell them to move over
    • If they get through traffic faster than I do, I’ll be so angry.
    • As long as they don’t hurt me, they’re cool.
  • Question of

    What’s your dream car?

    • Ford Mustang
    • Range Rover
    • Chevy Corvette
  • Question of

    Do you always wear your seat belt?

    • Yes, seat belts save lives!
    • Yes, it’s the law.
    • Sometimes I may slip up and forget.
  • Question of

    What do you listen to in your car?

    • My favorite music, all the time
    • NPR or another news channel
    • Whatever’s playing on the radio
    • I don’t listen to anything in the car.
  • Question of

    How often do you obey the posted speed limit signs?

    • Always
    • Sometimes
    • Rarely
    • Never
  • Question of

    You and your friends are going on a road trip. What’s your chief concern?

    • Creating my music playlist
    • Figuring out our schedule
    • Beating traffic wherever we drive
    • Making sure my friends are sufficient drivers
    • Knowing enough about the towns we pass through to tell my friends about them
  • Question of

    Do you ever eat while driving?

    • Never, I just like to get from Point A to Point B.
    • Sometimes, if I’m not in a rush and trying to beat rush hour traffic.
    • You’re not supposed to, but I’m a good enough driver that it’s fine when I sometimes eat.
    • Only easy-to-eat-with-one-hand things – that’s what the rule should be.
    • All the time – driving is my ‘me’ time!
  • Question of

    When drivers indicate they want to pass ahead of me into my lane, I let them through.

    • Always
    • Often
    • Sometimes
    • Rarely
    • Never
  • Question of

    I drive at or below the speed limit.

    • Always
    • Often
    • Sometimes
    • Rarely
    • Never
  • Question of

    When a driver allows me to pass ahead of him/her, I signal my thanks (smile, wave my hand, etc.).

    • Always
    • Often
    • Sometimes
    • Rarely
    • Never
  • Question of

    I reduce my speed when I’m in a school zone.

    • Always
    • Often
    • Sometimes
    • Rarely
    • Never
  • Question of

    On rainy/slushy days, I slow down when driving near sidewalks in order to avoid splashing pedestrians.

    • Always
    • Often
    • Sometimes
    • Rarely
    • Never

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