Vehicles are similar to humans. Some cars work out (muscle cars). Some cars just want to show off (convertibles). Other cars are all about the family (station wagons).
Cars even have social norms. In downtown traffic, they stop and go, enjoying small talk (horns). On the highway, cars are all about that fast-paced life. It’s important you go with the traffic flow of each driving environment.
In Module 6, we will be learning just that. There are three types of driving environments that you will encounter: city, rural, and freeway.
Here’s what I’m going to do. I’m going to describe the characteristics, speed limits, and right-of-way situations for each driving environment.