Friday, February 2, 2007

A Lesson on Entering an Expressway

  • Patiently wait your turn entering the ramp.
  • Gradually build up speed as you traverse the on-ramp.
  • As you build up speed, be careful as to not get too far in front of the courteous motorist behind you.
  • Do not, under any circumstances, glance in your mirror or over your shoulder.
  • When reaching a distance of less than 50 feet of the end of the ramp, firmly apply brakes. Slowly look over your shoulder to see if freeway traffic has stopped to let you in. Take this time to check the motorist behind you to see if he may be communicating with you.
  • If after five cars go by without letting you in, you may proceed into the right traffic lane. Your fellow motorists will happily let you in at this point.
  • Please proceed slowly to the left lane to ensure fellow motorists entering the freeway adequate room for their entrance.



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