- Turn signals will give away your next move.
Never use them to maintain the element of surprise.
- Under no circumstances should you leave a safe distance between you and the
car in front of you. This space will just be filled in by another car, creating
a hazard, and you'll have to slow down to create another safe space, which will
be filled in by another car and you'll have to slow down again and you will
NEVER reach your destination on time.
- Crossing more than one lane at a time marks you as an expert driver and feels
- The faster you drive through a red light, the smaller the chance you have of
- Never get in the way of an older model car that needs extensive body work.
- Braking is to be done as hard and as late as possible, forcing the anti-lock
brake system to kick in so the pulsating brake pedal will give you a foot
massage. If you don't have ABS, it's an opportunity to stretch your leg nicely.
- Electronic traffic warning signs are only there to distract you from the
nearby police car clocking you on radar. Pay them no attention.
- Speed limits are only suggestions and are to be ignored during rush hour.
- Throwing litter on the roads adds a touch of color to the landscape and keeps
Adopt-A-Highway teams and minimum security prisoners occupied.
- It is assumed that police cars traveling at a high speed - especially with
their sirens on - may be followed safely, allowing you to make up for time lost
by constantly slowing down to achieve a safe zone between you and the car in
front of you.
- Heavy fog, snow, wind, or rain make no difference to the above rules. These weather conditions are God's way of ensuring employment for auto body shops, junkyards, and car salespeople.