Do you point out those people who are not following the rules of the road.

@1anurag1 (3580)
India
July 7, 2010 1:16pm CST
Do you point out those people who are not following the rules of the road. There are most of the rules made for the comfort of common man. And we the common man try some time to breach them. I am in habit to comment those people who don’t follow the rules. I think these rules and regulations make the humans, human. What you think.
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@nobbsy123 (852)
• Australia
7 Jul 10
Nope never. I think it's best not to worry about other peoples mistakes on the road and worry about your driving, otherwise when you're picking out other drivers mistakes you're not fully concentrating on your own driving. eg the other day i was driving and i got cut off. I had to brake heavily and swerve to miss him. I didn't have the time to honk the horn too busy avoiding an accident. Come next march im going to be a dad next year it could have had the baby in the car so I have to think about that also.
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@1anurag1 (3580)
• India
11 Jul 10
thanks for the response but i think this is not good in some cases. may be a person is a good driver. but a bad one can ram into his car.
• India
13 Jul 10
There are tons of people on the road, more particularly the young guys who does not obey the traffic rules, i tried to point out to some, some were decent, they admitted their fault, but few were rude.. i have stopped telling them.. Thanks for sharing. Welcome always. Cheers. Professor
@dorannmwin (36698)
• United States
11 Jul 10
Well, there are certain things that I see people doing while they are driving that I do comment on and they really drive me up the wall. Then there are people that are doing things that don't seem like such a big deal to me and those I don't comment on nearly as much. The reason that I don't comment on the minor things that I see other people doing is because of the fact that I'm just as guilty of making the same mistakes as other people are.
@cbjones (1157)
• United States
7 Jul 10
I try not to let their reckless actions hinder my my enjoyment of driving. People like that will either get caught by the authorities, or get themselves into an accident over time. I have yet to write down a license plate number, because I never remember during my time in the drivers seat that contacting someone about this is an option. I'm thinking about keeping a note pad and camera in the car, to document the people who insist upon talking on, or texting on their phones while driving.
@lacieice (2065)
• United States
7 Jul 10
hello ianurag No, I do not. I try to drive defensively and leave the other drivers alone, and there are two very good reasons for this. First, road rage is rampant in America. Too many people get their heads blown off for trying to correct someone else's driving mistakes. Second, I live fairly close to a city, and gang members have been known to purposely "set someone up" in a situation where someone ends up getting badly hurt. So, I just go about my business and let other people to make their own mistakes.
@ET28LV (1895)
• Latvia
7 Jul 10
I do not have a driver license yet, but my father have it about 30 years now. Sometimes when we ride somewhere there always is people who violate rules and we hate it, because they threatend other drivers and people life. I have violate rules only one time in my life and It is happened when I go across the street to red light, but at the same time drivers was stopped the car. I do not adversely other people. I always pay my attention.
• United States
7 Jul 10
it depends on the situation we are talking about. If it is in some way harmful or if its to protect the person i will let them know what i think or know is wrong. Then i will listen to their opinion and if i can't convince them, then they can get in trouble I just hope they don't hurt someone else in the process.