The last attribute vital to be an excellent driver is self discipline. It is easy to drive by our rules while we are driving alone. Driving too fast is easily the most popular one. A number of motorists decide that speed limits do not apply to them or that 20 is a minimum speed not a maximum. The motorist who illegally parks on the path with no regard for mothers or fathers with prams. The car drivers who decide to park illegally in disabled bays. Not obeying all the traffic signs. Think to yourself, if a police motorbike was behind you, would you drive exactly the same?
You might think that self discipline and attitude are very similar. You have to have good attitude but you also have to have self discipline to drive a vehicle correctly at all times. Picture you’re late for school, are you going to still drive correctly, safely and legally or might you bend the regulations. Self discipline will inspire you to drive correctly constantly.
A handful of drivers that drive a large number of miles annually, much more than the national average, believe, at times incorrectly, they are very good motorists. Individuals who see themselves to be professional drivers; chauffeurs, van drivers, driving instructors and taxi drivers from time to time wrongly think as they are “professional” drivers that they have to be by some means greater than everybody else on the road. At times the opposite applies. Lots of individuals who drive around everyday in particular those people who travel long boring routes along motorways typically use the vehicles as the office. Making calls without hands free, tweeting, fiddling with their satellite navigation and even writing notes.
Therefore the very next time that you’re driving a car about the roads seek to look at self discipline. Peter Skelton Driving School provide driving instructors and lessons in Newbury and the surrounding areas.