Monday, March 22, 2010

Tips To Control Anger While Driving

From the postings on the mailing lists Rizal Biruni Honda Tiger ( Translate Indonesia to English by Pangeran salju )

Control your emotions when you're driving, it was not as easy as we imagine. Moreover, when triggered by the attitude of other drivers 'reckless' and not courteous on the highway, also by a variety of traffic conditions on roads that do not support. It certainly has a bad effect for us, too.

Targets to avoid the anger of others or prevent yourself hooked emotion, here are some tips that can be used so that we can still ride and enjoy the ride safely and comfortably.

Tips Controlling Anger

Plan your trip in advance and give extra time to be in no hurry on the road and road conditions into account, if somewhat impassable roads jammed or not Pray before you drive. Discipline and obey traffic regulations.
Use sign (turn signal) if you are going to turn or move the path, so that drivers behind you to understand the purpose of your vehicle. Keep a safe distance between your vehicle with the vehicle in front of you. Most whiplash caused by a too close distance between vehicles. Drive a calm. Do not let a bad mood your control. Anger is not healthy, and there was no regret later. Avoid danger, with the first letting the aggressive driver in your face.
Do not fall for emotion. Do not challenge an aggressive driver or someone who likes to pass by accelerating or slowing down your vehicle intentionally.

If at night, keep your vehicle lights, especially when you use the remote. Ensure that the vehicle is in contrast with your face not so blinded by the lights you use. Should not use the lights much, except when necessary. Avoid eye contact with aggressive drivers.
Do not give the code hand / fingers that its insulting people and endanger you. Conversely if you are receiving treatment, please ignore it, do not enter the heart, and do not respond. Reduce use of horns, except when necessary.

When the streets are jammed / noisy, try to stay calm and not fall for the emotions to do things that do not need, such as cursing other drivers who walked slowly, and so on. If your emotions begin to get hooked, and try to attach beristighfar
soft music to calm your emotions.

Most important of all, remain calm and clearheaded. Remember that your primary goal is to safely get to their destination.

Please enjoy your trip

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