How to navigate the divided highway in a split second

If you were to ask a driver how to navigate a divided highway, they might reply that it’s pretty simple, but there’s a big difference between that and understanding how to drive on the same highway in split seconds. 

I know, right?

You’ve got a wide, bumpy road, right, and you want to go fast, right. 

But, the thing is, this isn’t really the case. 

If you’re going faster than the traffic in front of you, you’re not going to be able to stay on the highway in one piece. 

As such, you need to figure out how to use your split second to get your best shot. 

And for that, I need you to look no further than the split second that your car is accelerating. 

Here’s what you need, and how to get it done. 

(And it’s not even a hard rule to follow, you know, just follow the road.)

What to doIf you don’t have a split-second to react to traffic on a divided freeway, you’ll need to do a lot of stuff to get the best shot at getting through.

First, get a good starting position. 

The safest thing to do is to move your feet out from under you and get into the center of the lane. 

Then, make sure you’re facing the center lane and you’re in the middle of the highway. 

You can even do this while driving by yourself if you’re driving in the same lane.

When you get on the freeway, be aware of how far you’re from the other lanes. 

At the end of the freeway where there are two lanes, for example, you have to get into that second lane first and then the one ahead of you. 

Do you want the traffic to go straight ahead, go in that direction, or do you want them to turn left? 

If they’re going in the direction of the left lane, you want it to go at a fairly low speed. 

In the middle lane, it’s a little bit different. 

To make the transition, you must have the right foot in the center and your right foot pointing down, which is the opposite of the normal stance. 

This means you need a little extra time to get yourself into the right position.

First, you can do a 360-degree turn to get around the traffic, or if you want, you could take the other lane and turn in the other direction. 

These two options are pretty easy to do, but the best way to do this is to do the turn in front and back. 

Second, you should always have a little distance between you and the traffic. 

So, if you have a very wide lane, be sure you can turn to the left when you’re getting into the lane behind you.

Then, when you get to the other side of the road, you may want to take the left exit, but be sure to keep your distance from the traffic and don’t make a sudden turn. 

Once you’re inside the lane, there’s no turning back now. 

For those of you that haven’t been following, a car will be traveling in the opposite direction, so you need your feet to be on the pavement. 

Don’t turn to side, or you’ll just spin the vehicle into the other vehicle and hit someone. 

Third, you also need to look out for other cars. 

On a divided road, when there’s more traffic, you might need to change lanes to avoid collisions. 

That’s why you want a split lane when you can. 

Fourth, keep your eyes on the road ahead. 

When you’re looking at the road that you’re passing, make a mental note of what it’s like to be in the lane that you just entered, and look ahead.

If you see the road turn in a different direction than you would normally, you don. 

There are times when it’s important to make a left turn and keep your head on the steering wheel, but you don