Sunday Poser # 97

Welcome back to another Sunday Poser

This week my question is;

What’s your driving style?

We all have a distinct driving style. Some are cautious drivers, some are hesitant drivers while others are reckless drivers.

I fall in the first two categories. When I drive after I haven’t driven for a while, I’m very hesitant. As I go on, my confidence improves and I drive better, but I’m always a cautious driver. The reason for this is that I started to drive later in life. And I never drove regularly. The fact of the matter is that I don’t like very aggressive and rash driving style.

My husband is a careful driver and my daughters are good drivers though both like to drive fast. I thought both of them so I am comfortable with them driving.

What is your driving style? Are you a risk taker or a careful driver?

Please share your thoughts in the comments section or you can write your own post and link it to this one so that I can find it.

As usual, thanks of visiting and reading.



57 thoughts on “Sunday Poser # 97

  1. Driving should be a cautious activity I applaud your care with the responsibility of using a vehicle as a means of personal transportation.
    I drive almost every day. I would say I too am very careful. I am not a speedster at the wheel. 🚗

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  2. I am a cautious driver… overly so. I will not drive on the interstate, I hate the high speeds and all the cars that are going well over the limit. I will only take highways to travel short distances. And night driving is getting more and more difficult for me to see… at night with rain, no way, too many reflected lights that blind me.

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  3. I don’t drive, but I am most comfortable sitting in a car next to confident yet careful drivers. Too cautious drivers get me anxious, as get reckless drivers. My husband is an excellent driver (and no, not in the Rain Man way, if anyone’s familiar with that movie), even though he didn’t get his license until he was 23. In 2014, he actually managed to steer our car that had become unmanageable onto the shoulder right before it completely broke down. This was even before he’d become a truck driver.

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        1. Oops! When my son started to drive, he’d get a ticket very frequently! His father used to give him a piece of his mind whenever that happened. Thankfully, he’s gotten better with time.

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  4. At one time in my life, I worked as a sales rep for a large salty snack company, and we were trained on how to drive the box trucks defensively. I would therefore categorize myself as a defensive driver, which I define as someone who is cautious, and always watching our for dangers. I will admit, however, I do like to drive fast sometimes, yet only on the open road. 😁😅

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  5. This is comical to me because I haven’t been able to drive for more than ten years when my legs stopped working.  We were laughing about driving last night at my birthday get together.  My grandson came with his sister who just obtained her license and as he always does, teased her about how he was lucky to get here safely.  I reminded him of some of his early driving habits and we all agreed he has a forgetful memory.😂

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  6. I was a very cautious and hesitant driver when I first started. So much so that I stopped at a green light during my driving test in anticipation for it to turn red. Now, after 15 years of driving I’m a confident driver though my fiancé says I have a lead foot.

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