Street Survival - Advanced Defensive Driving



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Karma can be defined as "the relationship between a person's mental or physical action and the consequences following that action."

Sometimes it is gratifying when justice prevails and a person reaps the consequences of their actions, both good and bad.

To reap good consequences for Karma survival, have a look at the Consideration page.

Additionally, try to apply the good habits listed below.

💡 Tips:

Thinking Karma

💡 Tips for good Karma

  • Follow traffic laws: Obeying traffic laws and signals is not only required by law but also promotes safety and can help prevent accidents.

  • Be courteous: Being courteous to other drivers, such as allowing them to merge or giving them the right of way, can help promote a positive driving environment and reduce stress and frustration.

  • Use turn signals: Signaling your intentions to other drivers can help prevent accidents and promote safe driving.

  • Don't tailgate: Maintaining a safe following distance can help prevent accidents and reduce stress and frustration for all drivers involved.

  • Be patient: Patience is key when driving, especially in heavy traffic or in adverse weather conditions. Impatience can lead to aggressive driving behavior and increase the risk of accidents.

  • Avoid distracted driving: Distracted driving, such as texting or using a phone while driving, is dangerous and can lead to accidents. Stay focused on the road and avoid distractions.

By practicing good driving habits and promoting positive driving behavior, you can help create a safer and more enjoyable driving experience for everyone on the road. Remember, good karma on the roads starts with you.

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Street Survival - Advanced Defensive Driving