Driving Tip: Expect The Unexpected

Jim Luff
Posted on July 31, 2013

DRIVING GEM: Always EXPECT someone or something to pull out in front of you. When driving on a residential street, EXPECT a kid to come darting out from two cars. When traveling in a parking lot, EXPECT someone to back out in your path without looking. By expecting this things to happen, there is less of a likelihood you will actually hit the person or object in your path because you were already EXPECTING it to happen. Remember, we get paid by the hour. There is no hurry! — Jim Luff, LCT contributing editor

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