LARS (as you know) got the right answer!!!
What was the name of the meter maid, according to the 1967 Beatles song?Lovely Rita
This weekend's question is
We all have our habits and ways of driving yet this one thing is almost universal. What is it?
Turing the steering wheel with our hands and not our knees.
We stay in our own lane......use turn signals....
Listening to the radio while driving.
Singing to the radio while driving.
Driving with one hand on the steering wheel
Yelling at other drivers/ cursing at them/ offering an .... ummmm....suggestion on how they should drive?
We are sitting.
use a seat belt, I hope.
Turn down the radio to see better.
Adjust mirrors while driving.
Having difficulty parallel parking
Having problems backing up.
OT but involves driving
Yesterday on the news there was a story about a 44-year old man having a driving lesson and he blew through a stop sign. An officer saw it and stopped him. The officer was a little suspicious and gave him a breathalyzer, which he failed. Yep, he was drunk during his lesson. He was arrested, lost his learners licence and the driving instructor had his car impounded for 30 days. (impounding cars is what we do here for excessive speeding and drunk driving and the owner is responsible)
Check our face in the mirror
Adjust skirts to cover knees after getting in driver's seat
1. Rest an elbow on the arm rest on the door.
2. Most cars at present have automatic transmissions. This has lead to drivers braking with their left foot while hovering their right foot over the accelerator pedal. (Drivers with manual transmissions operate the clutch pedal with their left foot and brake with the right foot. This reduces the chance of unintentionally pressing down on the accelerator.)
Jemdandy, do you think that automatic drivers use their left and right feet? I don't know of anyone who does that.
Even driving a standard for years, once I switched to automatic, I didn't use both feet for the first few times.
Not knowing how a traffic circle works.
Oh Oh I know - stick out your tongue in concentration when trying to parallel park