Millennials: It is Ok: There is No Need to Rush in the Morning
Millennials who are driving in the morning, might often get caught up in the morning rush of where they need to go, whether it is work, dropping their children off at school or running errands.
Some might even take unsafe measures, and not realize that what they are doing is a danger to other drivers on the road they are on because they intend for the unsafe measure to go well and not become problematic.
It is important to remember however that there is no need to rush in the morning, especially if you are behind a vehicle that is going the speed limit on a road, or waiting for a car to turn onto a main road from a side road.
Millennials will get to where they need to go, only if they don’t take shortcuts and drive on the right side of cars in the same lane that they, and the other car are in, or go around the car on left side that they are behind that is turning onto the main road, and that is turning in the same direction they are, whether it be, right or left.
If Millennials are late because of a slow driver, or other driving-related circumstance, then they can blame their delayed arrival on the traffic, and the slow cars that they are behind, and that are in front of them, and the car they are in on the road.
Slow vehicles in front of the ones that Millennials are behind, may be going at the speed they are going because they don’t want to risk enduring the agony of a flat tire after going over potholes on roadways that they are driving on, that may need to be repaved because of holes in the pavement from it cracking, caving in and sinking into the ground because of the snow, and snow plows that plow snow during, and after snowstorms.
Better yet, Millennials may want to obey the rules of the road while driving, by driving the speed limit, and driving slow in case a car pulls out from a driveway, or other roadway near the road that they are driving on.
New Year’s Resolutions about trying not to speed, may also be a case as to why Millennials might be driving slow, and obeying the rules of the road and the speed limit.
The most-high power of The Lord, God, Jesus Christ and not wanting to sin could also play a role. In addition: being religious or not, Millennials who choose to live life according to his word, might want to live their life the way that they see is right.
All in All: There is no need to rush in the morning Millennials. You will get to where you need to when you need to in the morning even if it is behind a slow car.