You there, I see you looking at me in the rearview mirror. What’s up? You think I’m vibing you? I’m not. I don’t care. Drive how you drive. You should pay attention to what’s in front of you. Take your time. Turning across traffic is dangerous. Don’t hurry; but then don’t take too long. Go too slow and you might get hit, and I don’t want that—Imagine the noise; earsplitting, worse than annoying; tire squeal, two metal bodies colliding. You, your vehicle, the other: crushed, damaged, parts torn, shorn, flying, fluids spilling, everywhere, all over the road. Who wants that? Sharp things in the street; I might flatten a tire, and that would make me really late.