“I love a broad margin in my life.”
—Henry David Thoreau, in Walden
What kind of driver are you?
To what degree do you see the speed limit as only a guideline for your consideration? What is your opinion of tailgating and passing on the right?
I am usually a very cautious driver, using the Waze app for directions, to confirm the speed limit, point out delays, accidents, police, and of course, watch for other folks in too much of a hurry.
I prefer to think of my driving efforts as similar to an autonomous vehicle constantly checking my surroundings to maintain the greatest possible safety margin to protect myself and others.
Where in your life do you have or need a greater margin?
What will be the benefit to you and others when you give this broader margin a road test?