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The Cause Of Deaths And Accidents: Drivers

669 words - 3 pages

Everyday there are hundreds of deaths and accidents all around the world. Many of these deaths occur on one arena, an arena that slowly fuses itself into civilization, without anyone being the wiser. Every perpetrator bears the same label: a driver. However, they are all different people living different lives in different parts of the world. In an unusual world, like the one that humans live in, this “driver” becomes an integral part of society.
Every road, if big enough, is packed with thousands of cars everyday. The cars are maneuvered by people as diverse as the colors of the rainbow.
The first kind of driver that exists is the worker. The worker is the one who is up at the crack of dawn, embarking on the same trip every day with the same destination. The worker knows the layouts of the streets and all the signs that are posted throughout his journey. He knows exactly how long it takes him to arrive at his job. For this very reason, the worker is a steady driver, one who can be depended on to drive in the proper manner. Nonetheless, the worker is a human being, prone to mistakes and oversleeping.
There is also another breed of drivers: “those who must be respected”, otherwise known as old people. Within this breed, there are two very distinctive drivers. The first is the old person who drives cautiously. This type of driver follows all the rules that must be observed on the road. If the speed limit says thirty-five, then she will drive at, and unfortunately sometimes below, the speed limit. When encountered with a difficult situation, an old person embodies Congress in many ways; she must analyze and discuss the situation at length, causing everything and everyone to be at a standstill.
Not all old people are cautious. Some old drivers believe that the sky's the limit, and therefore are not aware that there are limits, namely the...

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