This is a main intersection in #springcityutah . What do you notice about it? No stop signs, right? I like that about the town. .
But What happens on a rare chance that you meet another car? The law says that the intersection would turn into a 4-way stop and we would follow right of way with that law, with both stopping and the one who got there first going first. .
What actually happens is that whoever gets there first stops and waits for the other car to go first. .
Except when they don’t. .
If there were an accident (I almost had one the other day), who would be at fault? The person who follows the law or the person who follows cultural norms? .
My best strategy is to be an ultra cautious driver and let others go first. Ha ha. . #smalltownliving#driving#roadrage#newcomer
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This year, we’ll start our local marketing before going global. By the end of 2020 we’ll have reached as many of our road rage sufferers, family violence & prison ministries in collaboration with Active Marketing in Upper Hutt, Wellington
Last night we had a big old chat about how to stay focused and how to fight the negative voices that effect our journeys to where we want to go. The brain is something I’m obsessed with, the reason why we choose to belive the thoughts we do, how they hinder us, and how choosing to reframe a thought or an idea will take a huge weight off your shoulders, and leave you with so much more energy. So I want you to imagine you’re in a car, driving at night. 🚙 🌝 Obviously we have to stay in our own lane, mainly not to crash into anyone else, but we’re all heading somewhere completely different, how fast we want to go is different, how loud we want to play music is different. Everyone’s journey is different. If we were driving a car and got distracted by everyone who over took us, and told ourselves we weren’t as good as them because they were going faster, their car was nicer, they’re over taking us, undertaking us, and generally just focusing on any lane but our own. The likelihood of veering off course and reaching our destination slower, less grateful, and less focused. Is certain. If we wish every car that overtakes us well, if we choose to let go of the made up competition, enjoy the journey, and choose the thought that causes us the least amount of pain, (although this can be alien to us most of the time as our brain is constantly in fight or flight.) If we don’t allow the negative thoughts to fog up our windscreen, but to keep our eyes up, always looking forward, because the bends in the road can come out of nowhere and you have to be ready. 💪🏻💓 Oh and of course it’s vital that we take regular breaks to fill up the tank and check in for a service x
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A fresh incident of Canadian Road Rage hit this week in Ottawa. Caudate on camera by Colin Vautour who shared the video via TikTok. Are people taking the correct safely measures when driving?