Helpful Stereotypes for Driving?

wideloadExiting the highway, I had a choice of picking one of two lanes at the red light ahead. Which would be faster? In the right lane, a truck with “wide load” signs and hazard lights warning me of its dangerous cargo which consisted of heavy equipment for a road construction project. In the left lane, a Lincoln Continental with Florida plates with a handicapped placard hanging from the rear view mirror and from my vantage point, no visible sign of a driver.  Luckily, I followed the truck.

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9 thoughts on “Helpful Stereotypes for Driving?”

  1. Nothing’s more frightening Donna than to look in your rear-view mirror and see white hair and a pair of eyes peering at you through the center of the steering wheel, lol!

    1. Oops, I am sorry! That is a tough one to get out of your head. How about instead you think “I’ve fallen and can’t get up!” Does that help?

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