Driving can seem like a contact sport sometimes. Or more like a sport where the point is to avoid contact, only you have a lot of factors going against you. And while it’s a dog-eat-dog driving world out there, Lifehacker released this recent article on how to drive to improve traffic for others.
Others? Yes. The way you drive can determine how other drivers react and impact their habits. For instance, picking a steady speed on the freeway, letting people merge and just showing overall driving courtesy can cut down on tailgating and road rage. And be sure to use your signals to avoid accidents. Some of it is common sense stuff but others stuff you might not have thought about.