I posted this on my FB page, too, but thought it'd be fun to see what you guys all say here.
I have a DRIVING STRATEGY question for all you very good drivers out there. Say you're driving through the ds on a curvy road that's kinda narrow, and has very narrow shoulders, if any at all. The trees are less than 5 ft from the side of the road in some areas. The speed limit is 25, but most of us are doing 40-45. As you're driving it, another car comes around a curve and is over the line on your side of the road - and doesn't correct itself. It's coming straight at you and you have about 50 ft and a couple of seconds to react. Do you;
A) Veer to the right, into the trees, where you will most certainly have TWO points of impact - head on into a tree, and on the driver's side from the other car. Or,
B) Veer to the left, directly at the other car, where you'll only have one point of impact. That one will most likely be head on, or if you're lucky, on the passenger side of the car (no passengers). Or,
C) If you have any other scenarios you think will work, tell us.
The reason I'm asking is because this nearly happened to me twice today. The other car corrected, but it left me wondering what I would have done. I'm a big believer in making these kinds of decisions ahead of time, so I don't lose time thinking when a crisis comes up. So tell me what you think you'd do!!
Driving Strategy Question
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