Did you know that sometimes, road rage is actually considered a criminal offense? This is because road rage is dangerous. The results of angry, aggressive driving can be deadly. Road rage can stem from a sense of self-importance, and being in a hurry.
We are all on the roads for a similar reason: trying to get from Point A to Point B, safely. Being in control of a car moving at 40 MPH is a huge responsibility, and we should treat it that way. The way some people drive, it’s almost like they’ve forgotten that one wrong move could cause injuries or even death.
What if, instead of having road rage, we took on the opposite attitude about driving? What if we were all cautious, courteous, considerate drivers instead? The roads would be a better place.
From Google, the definition of considerate is “careful not to cause inconvenience or hurt to others.”
How can we be considerate drivers?
Some say, “what comes around, goes around.”
By: KayLynn P.