For those of you who still have your driver’s licenses, kudos to you! This is a symbol of your independence, of your ability to roam around the neighborhoods to visit your family and friends, of your ability to punctually attend your monthly health checkups, and of your ability to take yourself to the emergency room should you (God forbid) find yourself in a state of distress. However, regardless of the situation, it is always important to drive at safe, preferably well below the posted speed limit. Your safety always comes first; if this should inconvenience others, kindly remind them of the importance of your life by tapping on your brakes every once in awhile.
But for those of you, who no longer drive, whether it was due to a “professional” evaluation by the DMV or you have simply lost the desire to do so, fear not for your mobility. Walking, from the dawn of man, has been a viable alternative to go anywhere. But be cautious. There is never a good time to trip and fall, so make sure you take care as you shuffle to your destination. Once again, disregard all grievances voiced or honked (should you be crossing a road) by others, as their agendas are inferior to your health.