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Friday, March 23, 2007

Globalization Has Its Limits

If you spend any considerable amount of time in other countries, when you return, you may find it odd that suddenly everyone is driving on the right side of the road. For example, if you spend even a couple of weeks in, say England or India, it may seem “right” for people to drive on the left side of the road.

Imagine, then, what it’s like for recent immigrants. Their whole lives have possibly been spent with the commonsense understanding that everyone drives aggressively—as well as driving on the left side of the road.

If America is not your country of origin—or if you know someone for whom this is the case—it’s a good idea to look into a defensive driving course online. Depending on where you live, the Texas defensive driving course, Florida traffic school, or California online traffic school may be right for you.

Regardless of where you get driving training, it’s important to know the rules of US roads. Unlike some countries, driving laws here tend to be strictly enforced. Perhaps most important is the distinction between driving styles; while many countries have no problem with aggressive driving, American laws insist upon defensive driving. A good defensive driving school can help you make sure you’re prepared for US driving.

1 Comments:

Benjamin said...

I agree, I came back from Australia and was turned around. It’s a great idea to take a defensive driving course online when you come back from a foreign country.

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