AUTHORIZED DEALER
TENEYCK DISTRIBUTING
Mike TenEyck, P.E.
Saint George, UT
CALL 
(208) 589-4660

OUR BLOG

09/06/2019
Experiencing road rage can put your well-being in danger. To make sure you don't fall victim to this intense feeling, you should read this post that TenEyck Distributing LLC in Saint George, UT has put together for you.

You're driving down the road. It's hot, there's a lot of traffic, and you have places to go. Cars are at a standstill. Then, they start moving a little bit, but the driver in front of you drives very slowly. A sense of intense anger takes over you and you start seeing red. You honk, you yell, and more. What you experienced there is road rage, which is a feeling of great irritation when driving that compels the driver to start acting out at other drivers or people on the road. Road rage, while fairly common, can be very dangerous, since it can lead to rash decisions and mistakes behind the wheel that can result in accidents or just a nasty moment. Not to mention, it can also affect your mental well-being. To make sure that you don't experience road rage, follow the tips in this post by TenEyck Distributing LLC in  Saint George, UT.

Don't add stress to your drivers. Maintain your vehicle properly to ride it smoothly. Call TenEyck Distributing LLC at (208) 589-4660 or visit AMSOIL's online shop to purchase the best synthetic oil in Saint George, UT to keep your engine in top shape.

How to Avoid Road Rage

Always Have a Plan for Your Drives

Having a plan and being prepared for any situation on the road will help you feel more in control of your drives, which can give you peace of mind. For that reason, you should begin by planning where you'll go and how you will get there before each outing. Not only that, but you should make it a point to leave with enough time to avoid feeling rushed or pressured to arrive. If possible, you should even take calmer routes. Seeking alternatives to the big avenues with heavy traffic, can allow you to drive in a more stress-free way, even if it takes you a few more minutes to get to your destination. Also, if you know you get bothered when it's very hot outside, try to avoid driving when the heat is most intense (from 11 am to 6 pm). If possible, run your errands before or after to steer clear of road rage.

Work on Having a Peaceful Place

While you can't control the chaos that's happening around you, you can definitely control the environment inside of your vehicle. Creating a peaceful place inside of your vehicle can help you keep your cool in high-stress situations. To that end, you should start by playing music you enjoy. It's better to sing out loud to your favorite tunes than it is to yell or insult others. Just try not to get too distracted with the music. If you already know that the hot weather bothers you, then try turning your AC system on. Keeping a cool environment inside can help you calm down and have a cooler attitude towards the other drivers and people on the road. Finally, if you want to keep negative thoughts and emotions away, you should try some meditation techniques. Simply practicing breathing exercises can help you channel your energy into things that are better for you.

A smooth running engine won't stress you out on the road. Keep yours strong with the best synthetic oil in Saint George, UT: AMSOIL Signature Series 5W-30 Synthetic Motor Oil.

Learn to Let a Few Things Go

Last but not least, you need to learn to let a few things go. This can be especially difficult if you take the situations around you as a personal insult. Still, having a calmer attitude towards things can help you lead a happier, healthier life. On the one hand, you shouldn't get angry if another driver makes a mistake on the road. Keep in mind that while you may need to honk at them to let them know they're messing up or to prevent an accident, abusing your honk can be counterproductive. Even in more difficult situations, try to be rational to avoid raging out. You should also stay calm if the road rage is aimed at you. If another driver starts honking or yelling at you, ignore them fully. Don't engage, or provoke them. Don't even look at them in the eye. If you did make a driving mistake, simply correct it without getting into a heated argument about it. Remember that while you can't control others, you can control yourself.

Call TenEyck Distributing LLC at (208) 589-4660 or AMSOIL's online shop to purchase top performing products for your vehicle's proper maintenance, such as the best synthetic oil in Saint George, UT.

CONTACT

 (208) 589-4660


 1798 W. Golden Daisy Cir.
Saint George, UT 84790
United States
© AMSOIL INC. 2019  |  www.amsoil.com