Steering is on you

Steering is on you

I find our behaviour in traffic important for the determination of our social problems or our strong sides. You can find the most beautiful daily examples in traffic, with common rules, regardless of religion, language, race, income or education difference of all segments of the society…

As we progress towards our goals, you can see how we behave in the simplest form of traffic.

You can observe the best tips for people in traffic.

You can admire people who differ in traffic while revealing different behaviours, advice and rhetoric in their current social environment.  For example in traffic;

The mother or father who abused his child, although he advised him not to speak ill…

For those who are very worthy of his life but who are uncomfortable wearing a seat belt…

Who constantly mentions the sin of eating the right to eat, but someone else’s parking space, the way (!) to see the problem…

Two-lane blocked traffic, on the right of the empty third lane ‘ press ‘ on the left lane ‘ nose to the ‘…

And when they couldn’t get to the road…

To park the vehicle on the sidewalk…

To the vigilant who pursued the ambulance (!) …3

Red light or inappropriate situations to guide pedestrians, slowing down to the front vehicle, the Horn ‘ Greetings (!) ‘ those who give…

For those who use alcoholic vehicles…

Even in the narrow alleyways…

The list goes on…

These are my first thoughts when I think of it as. I’m sure you’ve come to think of them, and even more.

After all, we’re all losing; Our lives, our goods, our loved ones…

The day begins with stress, we go home tense…

We are hurting each other…

According to the last year’s Tuik data, there are about 1.3 million accidents. 4 thousand deaths, 270 thousand injuries… The pain of the families, the drama… 

Most importantly, 90% of them are driven by the driver. So whoever’s in the steering wheel…

 No matter how isolated you live, choose your friends if you choose ‘ true ‘. You can’t choose ‘ friends ‘ from behind you in traffic.

Whatever you say in your current environment, defend what you argue; As a result, your behaviour in traffic is ‘ real ‘…

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We all need to increase our quality of life in a society where approximately 17-18 million vehicles are trafficked annually, to be more conscious and to think healthier.

Not the way to get there, but to give way;

To go fast, to throw scissors, not to grab lanes, but to go patiently on the strip;

Imagine traffic that is a virtue, not to be on the pedestrians, but to give them priority…

If we develop our behaviour in traffic, I’m sure we’ll develop in many other areas socially.

And most importantly, unlike other social issues that we complain about, every driver in traffic has equal chances to contribute to social development.

So you have the steering wheel…

Good weeks…

İbrahim H. Kayral

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