|Topic: Driving on Rough Roads|
on really rough roads, there are a few things you can do to make life
easier on yourself and your passengers.
First, remember that you, as the driver, have your hands on the steering wheel. This gives you a good place to hold on to. Your passengers however, do not have good places to use to brace themselves from hard bumps. Gauge your speed and the roughness of the ride from the viewpoint of your passengers and you'll often find yourself slowing down a bit.
Second, when the going gets rough, sodas stored in these handy cup holders (shown in bottom photograph) start splashing out of the can, making quite a mess on the dashboard and carpets. You may want to hold those sodas in your hands until the bumpy part of the road is passed.
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