Which of the following could be categorized as aggressive driving?
Aggressive driving can range from risky behavior to that which escalates to serious violence. Common driving behaviors include: tailgating, weaving in and out of traffic, passing on the shoulder, speeding, cutting off traffic, honking, yelling, flashing headlights and using inappropriate gestures.
Which is the most common form of road rage?
10 Most Common Forms of Road Rage
- Honking in frustration.
- Making angry gestures.
- Trying to block another vehicle from changing lanes.
- Cutting off another vehicle on purpose.
- Exiting the vehicle to confront another driver.
- Bumping or hitting another vehicle intentionally.
What are three things you should do if you encounter an aggressive driver?
Experts offer the following advice on how to stay out of harm’s way when you encounter a hostile driver:
- Check and Correct Your own Behavior.
- Let Them Pass.
- Ignore the Behavior.
- Practice Acceptance.
- Pull Over.
- Call 911.
What do you do if you experience road rage?
Increase the gap when driving: slow down to increase the distance between your car and theirs if the road rage driver is in front of you. Let them pass: pull over in a safe place to let the aggressive driver pass if you can, or maintain a steady speed if you’re being tailgated.
What is a warning sign of a fatigued driver?
Difficulty focusing and inattentiveness. Repeated yawning, head bobbing and inability to keep eyes open. Feeling restless, irritable or impatient. Disconnected or wandering thoughts.
What are the signs that tell you are fatigued?
Warning signs of tiredness
- notice your eyes closing for a moment of going out of focus.
- blinking more than usual.
- feeling drowsy, tired or exhausted.
- having trouble keeping your head up.
- don’t remember the previous few minutes of driving.
- you start ‘seeing’ things.
- droning and humming in ears.
When a driver is feeling fatigued What should they do?
When a driver is feeling fatigued what should he or she do? Play the radio loudly.
What are the three main types of driver distraction?
There are three main types of distraction:
- Visual: taking your eyes off the road.
- Manual: taking your hands off the wheel.
- Cognitive: taking your mind off driving.
How do you mentally prepare for a long drive?
These tips for long drives will help you down the road.
- Get plenty of sleep before your drive. Think about exhaustion before you begin your journey, not after.
- Bring healthy road trip snacks.
- Stay hydrated.
- Plan your rest stops.
- Chew gum.
- Use energizing scents.
- Sit up straight.
- Keep passengers entertained.