Driving. Remember that? Once a rite of passage as American as apple pie, driving has evolved into nothing more than a hassle. Quite simply, people are forgetting how to drive. Specifically, people don't care about learning how to drive, and deservedly so. What's the point? Have you seen the costs of parking, gas and taxes? Do you know the price of a speeding ticket? You can zap around on an app for a fraction of the cost. Add that to the fact new cars will be self-driving soon and most cars can parallel park for you, what's the point of learning how to drive? Pure, raw driving is for cavemen.
But you still need to share the road with a bunch of people, and the only driving skill you need to learn is how to avoid bad drivers. Whether you're walking, running, cycling or driving, bad drivers are always a threat, and the only way to avoid them is to know the rules of the road. If you're walking across the crosswalk, do you have the right of way? If a pedestrian is in the road, do you have to stop for them? If you're jogging across an all-way stop sign, which car is going to go first? And why is there a cyclist in the middle lane? Whether you're old school or new age or can't understand the point of learning how to drive, you need to know how to properly navigate the roads you travel. Can you pass this American driving school exam?