People have existed on Earth for about 250,000 years, but it is only in the last 500 years that technology has evolved. And in just the last 140 years we've got vehicles. Mobile phone and data technology for the public have only been around for about 30 years. But people still have the same behaviors and instincts as 250,000 years ago. If we remove all technology from humans, we are still in the beginning of human existence. There are a few people on earth who develop all technology and can handle it, but unfortunately it is money that counts and therefore all this technology is placed in the hands of anyone who can pay for it. And the majority have about the same level of development as the first humans.
This applies to everything from everyday life, industry etc.
But here it applies to traffic, and how we should survive when we try to move between Neanderthals who think they are the best drivers in the world.
The majority of people cannot handle the traffic. They see it as a game where they themselves are the main character and everyone else has to adapt to them.
Personally, I think that all this advanced technology could have been waiting for 10,000 years.
Learn how many meters you drive from finding a danger to your vehicle standing still.
No matter what type of vehicle we are going to handle, or how much experience we have, there are some important figures to keep in mind.
Driving a vehicle places high demands on the driver. We cannot just drive our own vehicle, we also have to drive all other vehicles at the same time.
It is important to protect yourself and the environment as much as possible.
Traffic rules are there for traffic to function without major problems, and road signs are not placed randomly, they are carefully placed where there can be dangers.
But a normal person can only absorb between 2-4 signs at once, and unfortunately it is usually the least important we perceive first.
An experienced professional driver may possibly perceive up to 6 signs.
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