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Driving in the meaning relevant to this site content is a process of operating a vehicle. We do not talk about the process of riding and controlling an animal, and we do not talk about swinging golf club here. Neither we don't talk about driving somebody nuts.

Driving possess embedded risks and as such is not suitable for everybody. However, driving risks can be mitigated dramatically if driver uses responsible driving techniques often called defensive driving, and generally just thinks what he/she is doing while driving and tries to keep one self focused on the driving task. Such practice will eliminate the vast majority of factors that cause accidents and will lead to much safer roads.

Some people perform reckless driving or aggressive driving, which vastly increases driving risks. When all of us realize that roads are not the place for showing off, not the place for stress relief, and driving is not the task to be combined with other tasks - driving will become much more pleasurable and much less dangerous endeavor. Unfortunately, this is more of an ideal or utopia than a real life. Working towards ideal driving, however, will result in improved safety on the road, which makes this task worthwhile.

“Fun and Safe Driving” whole idea is to try and help at least some people to realize that driving can be made safer and still be fun, even more fun in safer way. Those who understand this already will find some experience and advice that might help them in never-ending journey for improving one’s driving.

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