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  • #46
    Originally posted by danlb View Post
    That could actually be expanded to the general category of "poor driver judgment".

    Examples;

    The driver who sees oncoming traffic and turns left in front of it despite the fact that his car is not running well.

    The driver who "parks by feel", inching into the parking space till they feel the bump of they bumper.

    The driver who sees the railroad crossing coming down and punches it to beat the train.

    The driver who waits till his threadbare tire goes flat to replace it.

    Poor judgment is the root cause of most auto accidents. If only we could program that out of the driver.... Hmmm.

    Agreed!
    If good judgment was a prerequisite for getting a driver's license this nation would be on it's feet. LOL
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      It helps to remember that the Gaussian curve measurement of IQ has two sides. One side is half the population and is below the mean.
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