Some people use their vehicles for a simple ten-minute drive to work, and that’s all the time that they’ll spend behind the wheel. Others brave a longer weekday commute, happy to be done with their post-work drive and dreading the fact that their pre-work drive is over. Many build their entire career around driving from one point to another.
Our point? No matter how you look at it, you need to drive to get places. Unless you utilize the public transportation system of a major metropolitan area (and even then, this can still be quite inconvenient), you’re pretty much forced to either drive yourself, catch a ride, or get a third-party taxi service (Lyft, Uber, etc) to cart yourself around.
Indeed, if a futuristic concept like teleportation seems pretty far off, that’s because it is. So, if you’re going to be spending countless hours of your life driving, you may as well do it right and enjoy your time working the gas pedal.
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Practically speaking, you should have a well-maintained vehicle with plenty of fuel in it. From there, we strongly recommend equipping your vehicle with the finest in radar technology: The Judge 2.0. Trust us, you won’t regret buying the world’s best passive radar jammer when you avoid countless dollars and hours wasted by getting pulled over.
Here are a few more driving essentials designed to make driving that much better (or not as bad, depending on your perspective).
A Water Bottle And Snacks
Your car needs gasoline to run, and you need human gasoline to drive your car safely. Though a simple ten-minute drive may seem rather innocuous, there’s no telling what can happen on the road with other drivers. You could get stuck in bad traffic, suffer in an accident, or witness an accident and be forced to stick around and report a witness testimony.
In any case, it’s always a great idea to have ready-to-go snacks and drinkable water on-hand. No one likes driving hungry or thirsty.
A Mini Trash Can
Some vehicular trash cans fit perfectly in your cup holders, others wrap around behind your seat. Even hanging a plastic bag off of your passenger headrest is better than using your entire interior as a trash can. After all, you’ll need somewhere to put those snack wrappers, right?
A Stress-Relieving Toy
While you should be focusing on the open (or not-so-open) road ahead of you, there’s nothing wrong with using a stress-relieving toy or object as you’re stopped in traffic. In fact, doing so will lessen the chance of a sudden road rage outbreak. That’s something that drivers all around you can appreciate.
Depending on what your day looks like, you don’t always have the option to dress down, especially if you’re a businessman on your way to an important meeting. However, if you’re in it for the long haul driving 8-10+ hours in a day (or even anything more than a couple of hours), your drive will be much more pleasant if you dress the part.
Wear comfy, loose clothing with breathable, closed-toed shoes that are suitable for working the pedals. Your seat belt should be the only thing restricting your movement.
What looks like a cloudy day may clear up and become sunny once again, and vice versa. This is especially the case if you’re driving in an area with dynamic and constantly changing weather conditions, such as the high country of Colorado. Driving without sunglasses when it’s sunny out isn’t just bad for your eyes, it can be flat out dangerous when you can’t fully see what’s ahead or around you.
Let’s be honest: most people drink coffee, and not just for its flavor. Safe driving requires you to be alert, and that’s exactly what the caffeine in coffee does. Remember, coffee is a diuretic, so it’ll dehydrate you and force you to stop more often to use the restroom. But an increase in bladder activity is certainly worth being more awake and vigilant at the wheel.
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