Wednesday, February 27, 2008

California Driver Handbook

Taking Dangers One At A Time
Suppose there is an oncoming car to your left and a child on a bicycle to your right. Instead of driving between the car and the child, take one danger at a time. First, slow down and let the car pass. Then, move to the left to allow plenty of room before you pass the child.

The law states that drivers must take care for the safety of any pedestrian— but if the driver can’t stop in time to avoid hitting you, the law won’t help you.
(aka "The Sin, The Return and The Effect")

Tis nearly like them daily dosages.... (l'havdil only in that the daily doses are based directly on The Rebbe's words while these are based on my interpretations of The Rebbe's words)

1 comment:

the sabra said...

i still won ;)