At what point after passing did you get bored/fedup of driving?Watch
Now time has passed this excitement is well and truly gone, most of the time I’m in my car I’m either complaining about other drivers, traffic, motorcycles and the biggest annoyance on the road cyclists. It just isn’t the fun it once was.
However, I've never gotten bored or tired of getting from A to B. And having the freedom to set off at any time that I want.
It's like I might get bored of shopping for food. Or peeling potatoes. But I never get tired of eating fresh, reasonably well prepared food.
-I've been trained to spot potential dangers by grandmother who has been taught to drive by ambulance driver who could drive an ambulance sideways. Several of her lessons were on a frozen lake, she always taught me to spot pedestrians and anticipate if they can recklessly walk on the road. She also taught me a lot about driving. It was a sort of her "hobby" to drive an RWD car during winter, driving it sideways through corners.
-I'm driving technique and rallying enthusiast. I've read, watched and trained a lot. Even when I drive slowly at place where there I are no pedestrians or other cars who's drivers may behave stupidly, I'm not bored because I automatically analise what could happen on that specific corner at different speeds or what would happen if I entered the corner at certain speed and threw the car I'm driving with the Scandinavian Flick and so on.
I've never had enough money to buy a car with active safety systems, so skills saved me a couple of times already, and I know that safety systems can't safe everything because they have to act on the grip provided by tyres and suspension anyway,.
If you think you already know all there is to driving, watch this:
I go through stages, but never stayed bored with it for long.