Q: What is your favorite thing about your car/car community?
A: Fav thing about my car: Its a great daily. Makes me chuckle breaking necks in traffic.
Fav thing about the car community: So many different types of people with one similar interest, and that makes for some diverse friendships that are hard to come by otherwise. - @anonymous.car.person
Check Those Mirrors
Even before a driver ventures onto the road, drivers should adjust the car’s rearview and side mirrors for maximum visibility of cars that may approach from either side. A car’s mirrors are indispensible when it comes to changing lanes when there can be up to four lanes of cars vying to get to the head of the pack. Each side mirror should be positioned so that you can easily see along the entire side of your vehicle without having to crane your neck. The rearview mirror should offer a clear view of what’s behind the vehicle. When used together, the side and rearview mirrors should provide a view of almost everything that surrounds your car. Sometimes, an approaching vehicle may wind up in your blind spot, which can cause a collision when you change lanes. Before hopping over to the next lane, check your mirrors, turn on your signal, and look over your left shoulder and behind you to see if any cars are approaching.