Driving is no rocket science. Almost everyone can manage to drive a car unless hindered by a physical or mental disability. Why isn’t everyone a good driver then? Concentration, sharpness or reflexes, road knowledge, and most of all common sense is crucial to even be an ordinary driver. The littlest of bad decisions and the tiniest of distracted moments can wreck havoc on the roads
Everything comes with practice. You can not magically become an expert driver and learn the perfect parallel parking, but some little tips and tricks will help you become one of the better ones on the road. Most of these will be taught to you before you manage you get your license, but some people just do not want to remember.
If you want to be safe on the road, keep the traffic rules in mind at all times, DO NOT text and drive, and save yourself not just your life and car, lots of traffic fines, and the death stares from fellow drivers. Most of all, stay vigilant, even if it takes driving a manual gear car instead of an automatic one.