Midland, MI, June 24, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Spent any time on the freeway recently? If so you probably found yourself cutoff, flipped off and maybe even runoff by a host of renegade drivers with little concern for laws, courtesy or your safety. While there is no doubt that the freeways of America are not the "happy trails" they once may have been, there is something the average, law-abiding motorist can do about the matter according to veteran truck driver Alan J. Corbett of Midland, MI. "Knowing who the other drivers out there are and what makes them tick" says Corbett is the key to a safer and more enjoyable interstate experience. Mr. Corbett has logged more than 3 million accident-free miles behind the wheel and has made it a point to study the behavior and habits of the drivers he has encountered over the years. His study has revealed some very interesting driving patterns and profiles that he has laid out in his new book entitled MERGE! According to the author, this "driver profiling" can be used by anyone to avoid problems on the freeway and help make their driving less stressful. Once you know who and what to look for out then you can relax and concentrate on just being a good driver yourself. Corbett's book also provides the reader with the means of sharpening his own driving skills by listing a "top ten" of professional driving techniques. Put all of these elements together and you really can take much of the pain out of your freeway driving. As Corbett says: "you won't be able to recapture the carefree cruising of the 1960's but you can bring back enough sanity to once again fell like you're driving and not just surviving." You can check out Mr. Corbett's book on his website at: www.mergebookonline.com.