Driving Etiquette 101

Here’s a quote from a unself-described road rager:


Do not tail the car in front of you and do not fall to far back so others can cut you off.

“Eliza, I know you’re not talking about me and ‘unself’ isn’t a word. What about an Eliza Leigh described road rager?”

I like unself better.

“Whatever.”

The funny part about this road rage expert (ooh I like even better) is they rarely (“Never”) follow this tenet.

Let me ask you all this geometry question:
If four cars are in front of you and you DON’T tail will you make it through a red light that everyone else is stopped at?

“Eliza. The ‘road-rager’ was panicking thinking they were going to miss their train. If it made them feel better to yell at me for not tailing someone who couldn’t go anywhere anyways- then that’s their prerogative. Besides it was funny.”

‘Go faster I would have made it through the light.’
‘But there’s four people in front of us, you driving would have changed that?’
‘Maybe.’

The Lesson here people is~

Never listen to your passengers

    “Unless one’s not completely in the car.”

Let the panicked person drive

    “If they crash it won’t be your fault.”

Looking for more Driving Etiquette? Check back often as an unlicensed ant reminds you how to drive responsibly.

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