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Book details
  • SubGenre:Automotive / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:54
  • eBook ISBN:9781543953077
  • Paperback ISBN:9781543953060

The Conscious Driver

How to Conquer Driving While Distracted

by Mark Haberstroh

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The Conscious Driver provides you with something of great practical value for life. Learn how to overcome distractions while driving your vehicle and enjoy the experience without the stress that invariably accompanies this daily activity. Become a more conscious and skilled driver who possesses the ability to avoid the myriad dangers on the road. Feel the satisfaction as you bring a relaxed and proactive set of skills to the traffic chaos of the driving day. It always feels better when you know what you are doing and that you are doing it well. You might just save a life.
The Conscious Driver can most likely be read in an hour and construed as an initial training. Immediate improvement is noticed if the mind is open and willing. Sustained skills advancement is guaranteed if the ideas and exercises contained within are incorporated and practiced. Driving While Distracted (DWD) can be virtually eliminated and one's driving will contribute in a most positive way to public safety and the reduction of accidents. By applying enhanced cognitive awareness to the preexisting and excellent defensive driving rules taught in various driving schools, future pain and suffering can be avoided. Costs at every level normally associated with collisions will be significantly reduced, if not removed. Try your best to implement the difficult following rule: When driving, think about driving and nothing else. This book will guide you toward achieving this goal.
About the author
After retiring from his contracting business, Mark Haberstroh works as a Safety Supervisor in a San Francisco Bay Area Non-Profit Transportation Organization. Among many other responsibilities, he both assesses and trains commercial drivers. His other interests away from work are: writing short stories and poems, drawing, and oil painting.