Let's hear your tips for making it to where you want to go safely while everyone is trying to get you!
I live these two religiously. Watching people's faces and then looking at seeing where their tires are pointed/are moving will usually let me know if they are going to make a move in my way or not. I've caught myself a couple time slowing down just to realize that their car turned right in front of me. If I hadn't been slowing down, things would of turned out bad.Some personal guidelines
- Ride with hi-beams on during the day.
- Observe car's spokes to indicate if they are moving and if they will pull out infront of you.
Strategy for what, you ask? You noticed the person behind you was looking down, texting when you last checked 3 seconds ago. The texter only now looks up, sees the oncoming car too late, and T-bones the left-turner in a glorious explosion of glittery glass and metal. Normally you would stop, make some popcorn, and watch the hilarity that ensues, but you need to get to dinner with your girlfriend, so you put-put away, 100% intact and still alive 'n kicking. Some will call you a Jedi for being able to avoid this, "switched on" individuals were just following the rules set in the above posts.