You read that right. No mistake on spelling.

When one is always on the go, there’s no time for stopping. Same as when I’m driving. I could go slow. But I never want to step on the brakes.

Except of course when I really have to.

I don’t understand it when a lot of people follow too close to the car in front of them and then brake almost always. I hate that.

I’d rather give a bit distance between my car and the car in front so I don’t always have to step on the brakes all the time.

There is a posit I have read sometime ago. It is argued that there would be no traffic if cars would keep the same distance between cars all the time.

In our world now, that is impossible.

Walking does not even give you that option.

People have different driving habits.

Some like to maintain a close distance. Some a longer distance. Others like to drive like there is nobody else driving in the world (read: the oblivious ones).

Thus, the introduction of driverless cars. With driverless cars, an even distance between cars would be maintained and an even order would be made.

I say, we still have a looong way of convincing people of that.

Take me, for example, I like driving. So, leaving the driving to a faceless driver that I can’t even talk to?