An Open Letter to Connecticut Drivers During a Power Outage
Driving when there's no power, it's frustrating, I get it. I experienced this myself on my way into work this morning. You have some people who actually know the rules of the road, and then a bunch who don't. I find myself looking in my mirror yelling at the person that runs through the intersection when the traffic light doesn't work, or drives like they're racing in NASCAR when there's a tree with some power lines down a few feet ahead. I'm here to remind you of some basic rules of the road when we experience no power.
Remember, no matter how long it takes to get to your destination, the most important thing is that you make it there safely. Sometimes, our frustrations take over, but as long as we make it where we need to be, everything will be okay. I hope everyone on the roads today, and for the next few days, can remember these basic rules, so that it can be a lot less chaotic. We all have things to do and places to be, let's all make it easier for each other.