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When You Can’t Make It, We’ll Help You Make It

When you’re stuck in traffic, the last thing you want to do is think about what’s going to happen next.

The last thing your brain wants to do when you’re in traffic is think of what you can do to save your life.

That’s why when you have to choose between life and traffic, you should think about your safety first.

And if that means you don’t get to save someone’s life, then you need to think about that as well.

If you want a life, you have two options.

You can either save someone else’s life by using this traffic to save yourself.

Or, you can save someone who you think is going to die and then, if you’re lucky, you’ll save a life.

And for those of you who have a second choice: You can try to make it happen by using traffic to make yourself feel better.

But what you’ll probably find is that if you do this, you’re going to be stuck in the traffic and the traffic is going too far.

It will be difficult to get out of the traffic without dying, because if you stop moving at some point, the traffic stops moving.

And so, you might have to go through this whole process of stopping and then starting moving again.

You might have a problem.

It might hurt, and you might be injured, and there might be a death that happened.

That is the life-or-death dilemma that many of us have in traffic.

So, to avoid this situation, how can we make the most of our time on the road?

How can we get out and find a way to avoid death?

In fact, we’ve done research to show that the most successful ways to make traffic less dangerous are: 1.

Avoid driving in crowded places where there are lots of people 2.

Use public transit 3.

Make your way to a designated destination on a map 4.

Avoid using the wrong lane 5.

Avoid speeding 6.

Use a red light when you see one 7.

Avoid talking to people in the street 8.

Avoid getting caught in traffic 9.

Avoid trying to make contact with someone you think might be dangerous 10.

Avoid texting while driving