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Road Mastery
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Road Mastery Aug 29
Replying to @DrivingReal
It’s not surprising when people ‘get stuck in an intersection’ when so many driving enthusiasts preach over-cautiousness over skill building.
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Road Mastery Aug 29
Let’s be honest. If someone hits a parked car, then awareness and reflex skills probably require upgrading. ...Do we want to save lives and prevent accidents or just make people ‘follow the law’?
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Road Mastery Aug 29
Absolutely! That is ! And is how most all traffic problems and accidents can be prevented. Most of the answers are found here...
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Road Mastery Aug 23
Replying to @DrivingReal
No need to go ‘around it’ when you can go ‘through it’ by intentionally and specifically EVOLVING to handle 80mph and other difficulties. ...’Evolving global (and personal) driving standards’ IS the core of our mission statement at
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Road Mastery Aug 22
Replying to @DrivingReal
I agree, drive better and smarter. But that’s kind of hard when most all people preach to simply ‘follow the law and you’ll be safe’.
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Road Mastery Aug 22
Replying to @OldRidgeback
As if ‘the speed limit’ is never dangerous and is the perfect speed to drive. Seriously, your argument is flawed, mixed and not on point when you say ‘drive for conditions’ and then tell people to ‘go the speed limit’. Drive smart!
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Road Mastery Aug 14
‘Chin down’ is a result from people hiding their phones in their lap. So, these laws are a big reason why people take their eyes off the road for so long.
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Road Mastery 14 Jul 19
Replying to @DrivingReal
Excess ‘space’ is ‘ensurence’ of an unexpected accident, miles of stop-and-go rush hour traffic and millions of pissed off drivers!
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Road Mastery 4 May 19
Absolutely right!
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Road Mastery 14 Mar 19
Replying to @Safe_Roads
Why do most ‘driving professionals’ preach ‘slow down to be safe’? How about ‘increase skills’ (timing, communication, awareness, handling and reflexes) to better handle difficult situations that can occur?
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Road Mastery 14 Mar 19
Replying to @DrivingReal
I would say that it’s to feel if the vehicle is running or turned off.
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Road Mastery 14 Mar 19
Replying to @DrivingReal
Many times... slower = more dangerous and, more convenient = safer
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Road Mastery 7 Mar 19
Replying to @jraindc @GHSAHQ
Not reminding, ‘educating’! I haven’t heard ‘look both ways’ by a driving professional in almost two decades!
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Road Mastery 7 Mar 19
Replying to @jraindc @GHSAHQ
Yes. Is there any focus on bringing back ‘look both ways before crossing the street’?
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Road Mastery 5 Mar 19
Replying to @GHSAHQ @chicagotribune
The unintended consequences of ‘pedestrians have the right of way’. ...Generations of people giving up the responsibility of teaching to ‘look both ways before crossing the street’.
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Road Mastery 2 Mar 19
And what makes you think that an arbitrary number set by politicians is the best speed? I’m freaking’ serious! If you really cared about people’s safety, you’d question it all.
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Road Mastery 2 Mar 19
Non of that was the point of my comment, was it?
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Road Mastery 1 Mar 19
Depends. ...The speed limit isn’t always the safest or smartest speed to drive.
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Road Mastery 1 Mar 19
Replying to @GHSAHQ
One of the biggest reasons is because of ‘pedestrians have the right of way’, which has educated people to quit ‘looking both ways’ (and to quit teaching their children) when crossing the street! ...It’s one of the most tragic laws on the books!
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Road Mastery 28 Jun 18
Replying to @Lips_N_Hips_
Illinois, I see.
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