What we've learnt from you
People are frustrated
Not everyone, but between some bike riders, trucks, motorcycles, car drivers and pedestrians, people are getting a little annoyed with each other.
Behaviour comes second
Many road users are putting their urgency to get somewhere over their treatment of others.
Misunderstandings can escalate
We're quick to blame those who don't know all the road rules instead of being patient and forgiving.
Different risks for different groups
Trucks, motorcyclists, bike riders and pedestrians are all exposed to specific risks on the road.
So how can we all Travel Happy?
There are some things you can do to help yourself and others travel happier.
Tap into the domino effect
Your behaviour on the road can have a domino effect on other travellers. Stay cool and collected to encourage others to do the same.
A wave is a simple and effective way to communicate on the road. Whether it's saying thank you or sorry when you muck up, you'll win friends with this humble gesture.
Don't waste your precious time and energy getting upset over a misunderstanding on the road. Travel happier by accepting that nobody's perfect.
Enjoy the journey
Given the vast majority of us are travelling every day, why not savour the sights, the company or some quality time to yourself while you get from A to B.
More ways to Travel Happy
Looking for more ideas on how to travel safely and happily? Improve your Road IQ with these helpful links.