Yesterday. I'm leaving the parking garage.
I'm driving towards the exit and a woman in another car drives diagonally across the parking spaces towards the same exit. She's in a hurry.
We both slam on our brakes as we're about to collide.
She looks over at me with her cell phone in hand and waves me to go.
I try to wave that she should put down her cell phone. - how exactly should one do that? We need a standard "PUT DOWN YOUR CELL PHONE AND DRIVE" hand signal.
The hand signal did not register for her and she just looked at me, annoyed, and again motioned me to continue.
I thought it would be safer to be in front of her, so proceeded and tried to get away from her as quickly as possible.
It boggles the mind why someone who must have just left work needs to get in the car and immediately get on the cell phone. Guess she has minutes she needs to use up.