Among one’s first lessons in driving school is to lift the eyes from the end of the hood of the car in order to have a wider and broader perspective of the road. The drive is then smoother and steadier, eliminating unnecessary braking, because the objects you encounter along the way no longer appear as scary, looming obstacles.
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