Road Rage has become an increasingly prevalent problem over the past few years and it is unfortunately inevitable that at some point you will become angry at something that another road user does which you believe to be irresponsible.

It is essential that you never forget that as a driver, not only are you responsible for yourself, you also accept responsibility for your passengers and other road users every time you get behind the wheel of your car.

The Difference Between Good & Bad Drivers

Letting anger get the better of you can never been a good thing and this can often prove to How To Keep Your Cool Whilst Drivingbe the difference between good drivers and bad drivers.

Good drivers are typically the ones who have a good temperament and have mastered the techniques needed to remain patient and calm during stressful on-road situations.

During your driving lessons in Guildford, road rage is never likely to arise – you are still learning to drive and will therefore not be overly concerned about the bad habits of other road users. If, however, at a point during your lessons you feel your temperament is hampering your driving, we will be more than happy to help provide you with as many tips as you need to ensure that the red mist does not descend.

Keeping Cool

During your life on the road, there will almost certainly be a time when someone pull outs on you or cuts you up. It is situations such as these that you must put safety first and play it cool.

If you begin to feel the anger descending when driving, simply ease your foot off the throttle and take a few deep breaths. It is important to remember that none of us are perfect and we all make mistakes from time to time. Just because someone may have pulled out in front of you, they have simply made a genuine error in misjudging the situation. Road rage does not do anyone any favours, keep a good temperament by letting your anger go.