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Re: Compatibility in relationships, based on driving styles?

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Inside the car, it may seem like a balanced yin/yang issue. But oblivious, overcautious "cruisers" drive everyone else on the road batty as well.

They block freeway passing lanes, don't avail themselves of rare passing opportunities on two-lane roads, make other drivers miss lights they could have made, make difficult turns take even longer, and leave others guessing at 4-way stops & merges.

Assertive driving avoids all of these, and it need not be reckless or aggressive (which is another, more obvious & universally condemned way to annoy & endanger everyone).
Yeah, that's not cruising... that's bad driving.


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