⚠️ WATCH OUT: Drivers near Lake Otis Parkway and Abbott Road early Friday morning stopped just in time to avoid hitting a moose crossing the road. The KTVA 11 Weather team says you should always reduce your speed when driving on snow-covered roads. It's safer, plus gives you more time to react to other drivers and wildlife.
BYE BYE 👋 Aquí te quedas @deividman94 👋 Hoy estaba escribiendo sobre el #bmwserie8coupé y no paraba de recordar los increíbles paisajes que nos encontramos durante la presentación. Instantes que no compra una tarjeta de crédito 🧡
“uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh” - Tina Belcher National parks provide a unique and memorable driving experience for many visitors. Whether you are enjoying the foliage in Blue Ridge Parkway, taking in the breathtaking scenery of Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park, or watching the sunrise from Summit Road in Acadia National Park, you should always be aware of your surroundings and drive safely. “Driving safely in our National Parks” means more than just driving the speed limit; it means obeying traffic regulations, wearing seatbelts, and paying attention to the road. Remember to: 🚗 Stay alert, stay unhurt 🚗 Take your time 🚗 Watch for wildlife 🚗 Click it or ticket 🚗 Share the road 🚗 If there’s just one other car in the parking lot, try not to hit it. Image: Winding Road Through Desert at Joshua Tree. NPS/Kurt Moses #findyourpark#nationalparkservice#joshuatree#california#driving#roadtrip
Driving is a life skill and according to me every person should learn this skill..but on a different note there are so many kind of drivers you can find on the road, which are sometimes so annoying and irritating... . Driver no. 1- (coffeeholic) The one who cannot drive without coffee Driver no.2 (lost one ) The one who doesn't know directions and use Google Maps always.. Driver no.3 (busy person) The one who is always on phone while driving. Driver no.4 (singer) The one who has to sing with the playing song. Driver no. 5 (back seat driver) The one who sits on the next seat of the driver and constantly give instructions... Driver no.6 (multi tasker) The one who can do makeup, wear clothes ,comb hair basically he/she can do even cooking while driving😜. Driver no.7 (tortoise ) The one whose car speed hardly goes above 40km/hr. Driver no.8 (DJ) The one who cant listen one song and keeps on changing music.. Driver no.9 (Road rager) The one who cant show his/her anger at home and hence abuse every now and then while driving Driver no.10 (horn honker) The one who loves checking on the sound of their horn...😜 Driver no.11 (bad parker) The one who takes 2 XUV's space to park his/her NANO😜 Driver no.12 (Talker) The one who keeps on talking until their last breathe.. Well this are my listed type of drivers..If i miss any do let me know.. Btw WHAT TYPE OF DRIVER ARE YOU? I'm no. 2, 3, 4, 10 and 11 Also tag ur drivers(friend, hubby or relatives) to let them know where they are going wrong 😋 . #driving#drivesafely#dontdrinkanddrive#driver#typeofdrivers#indianmominfluencer#indiangirl#bohragirl#bohrawomen#prouddriver#cardriving#twowheelerdriving#indianlifestyleinfluencers #nishikch#winter9dec#iluvindianinfluencers#musicislife19
Un volant entre les mains, une belle route nationale, un beau bruit, de la bonne musique ... y a que ça de vrai ! 🙏🏻 (jamais sans l’appareil photo🤓) Vous kiffez comme moi ce genre de moments ? ⚠️ D’ailleurs nouvelle vidéo avec la #bmw8series ce vendredi à 19h30 les petrolheads ! Merci à @mouhyi74 pour la photo ! 👊🏼✌🏻 #the8
FEEL THE FEAR AND DO IT ANYWAY! - I am now firmly back behind the wheel and on days like this 💨💦☔️ I am so grateful. Driving has featured on my ‘New Year Resolution list’ for almost a decade ! 😳 2019 was the year I really pushed myself - it’s not been fun or easy but 4 months on & I now just jump in the car and drive off no problem👌 I still get a bit nervous if it’s a new route but rather than avoid it - I go for it. For anyone else with a driving anxiety - keep at it 💪 if I can do it so can you 💕