How I survived Road Rage and the 6 second horn.

Road Rage Reduction

We have all heard the 6 second horn. I sure did. But whats important is how I survived this.

First tip to get ahead of road rage is this.

Turn all your mirrors away so you can’t see who is behind you. That way you won’t see tailgators. They will eventually cut you off, but you are not aware of their building rage, so it won’t piss you off.

If I had known they were tailgating me, I would have been tempted to slam on the brakes. That is where we don’t want to go today isn’t it!

 

Step 2: Get a dashcam. There are many reasons to get one. Here is the event from my dashcam.

You be the judge. Tell me below whether you sustain or overrule the horn.

I have a crazy story of my life before “the mirror trick”. If you want to hear it, comment below and I will share it. Its hilarious.

 


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