No concerns! It's only raining a little.
The bridge is too small for it to be affected by the conditions.
The bridge could be icy even though it is raining and not quite cold enough to snow.
A troll might jump out and demand payment.
Slowing down sooner than normal because the roads are wet.
Notice that the light is red so you will have to make a complete stop before determining if it is clear to proceed with caution.
Focus on that gas price to see if it is the lowest one in town.
Ensure there are no pedestrians that are going to cross in front of you just out of the current view.
Let your foot off the accelerator and cover the brake in the event that you need to slow down.
Keep going like they aren't there since they should be out of the way when you get there.
Slam on the brakes as fast as you can.
Give them the one fingered wave.
Creep forward until people stop walking in front of you.
Honk a few times to clear you path.
Back up quickly and go a different way if it doesn't clear very soon.
Sit and wait patiently until no one remains in the crosswalk. If it remains clear, then proceed slowly and with caution.
Check your blind spot.
Check your mirrors.
Jerk over quickly before the lane is filled.
Put on your left blinker.
Put on your right blinker well in advanced.
Brake early and slowly because of the road conditions.
Speed through the turn so you get to your destination more quickly.
Turn on your hazard warning lights since you will be slowing down on the main road.
Animals crossing the interstate
People crossing the road
Airplanes landing nearby
Slow moving vehicles
Take the next exit or stop at the next rest stop to take a break.
Pull over on the side of the road to rest.
Keep driving through the drowsiness because you could never fall asleep at the wheel.
Turn up your music really loud to keep yourself awake.
If the left lane is clear, then turn on your blinker and move over. If not, then stay to the left side of the right lane and slow down.
Keep going as you are because the car is likely abandoned.
Pull over to see if they need help.
Quickly move to the left lane because you want to be as far as possible from the hazard on your right.
Brake to prevent them from hitting you
Speed up so that they can see you in their blind spot
Grasp your steering wheel firmly so when they hit you, you don't spin out of control
Put on your hazard flashers and wave your arms out of your window so that they see you
Drive very slowly so you can see if the truck is going to try to change lanes into your lane
Continuously beep your horn while aggressively passing so that the truck driver knows you are there
Drive on the rumble strip to get more space and alert the truck driver that you are there
Continue passing the truck at a consistent speed
Leave enough space so that you can still see the back tires of the car in front of you.
Pull up as close as you can so that there is plenty of room in the turn lane for more people.
Stop where you are in the picture because any closer would be too close.
Flash your lights so they know that you are behind them.
Slow down once you are in the exit lane and off the two interstate lanes.
As soon as you see the sign so that way you are already going the speed needed to get off on the exit.
Speed up in case someone behind you is getting off the ramp too.
Only slow down if there are others around you.
When passing slow moving vehicles.
When there is a hazard in one of the right most lanes.
When there is an exit on the left side of the interstate that you need to take.
When an ambulance is coming up behind you on the interstate.
Keep to the right of any yellow line.
Stay in your lane by not going over the white lane separation line.
Be aware of the people turning in the other lane so they don't come too close.
Wait until there is no one else turning.
2 car lengths
Turn off you cruise control so you don't keep gaining on the car.
If you have time before reaching the car, check your mirrors and blind spots so you can change lanes if it is clear.
Adjust the speed on your cruise control to go slower by 1 mph.
Pass the car on the right side if the left lane is occupied.
Take the exit if the lane next to you is occupied. You can always get back on the interstate.
Check your mirrors and blind spot to see if you can move back over to the left.
Panic and quickly pull back on to the interstate.
Hit the button that turns your car into a plane and fly to where you want to go.
Leave plenty of room so the red car can continue backing up.
Put on your turn signal so surrounding cars know of your intent to park in the spot.
Speed up and swiftly park in the spot before someone else takes it.
Turn to the right and back into the spot.