WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN PEOPLE WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE TO MERGE INTO TRAFFIC…

Sometimes they take the same route every day and are well aware of the construction ahead.

Most of the time they see the signs that say “Traffic merges in ______ feet”.

They see you are already in the line of cars slowly proceeding through , but as if their time is more important than anyone else in line, they go to the front of the line and force everyone to stop🛑.

It may be slow, but if everyone merges early, we all keep moving.

Sometimes truckers will block traffic to shut off the stream of selfish last-minute mergers.

I must admit this is my pet peeve.

So, what’s the godly thing to do in traffic, let them in? Or, make them wait?

Should we be considerate enough to let them in?

Or, should they be more considerate of those who arrived to the spot in traffic before them?

Of course, sometimes the merge catches you by surprise, but most of the time…we know.

What do you do?

One verse of scripture for both sides of the question…

Luke 6:31 (NKJV)

31 (A)And just as you want men to do to you, you also do to them likewise.

BE BLESSTIFIED!

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  1. Aldtric, I find this so funny. I grew up in Atlanta and it used to make me so made when people would wait until the last minute. Then I moved to Colorado in 2012, and construction merge sites would have signs up that asked you not to change lanes until the last 100 yards! I was so confused until I looked up the reason why. Traffic actually flows faster and backs up less miles when people use the entire road up until the last minute, at least in stop dead traffic in construction. Now, I usually follow the flow of traffic, but I worry much less if others get ahead and if others are upset, I just think of how much we all don’t understand, and traffic flow being one of those things =]. I hope you find this insightful and helpful for staying calm! Blessings!!

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