"The chances are that you are a good driver. Most people are. They know the rules of the road. They drive with care. They respect the rights of others. But many good drivers are killed or injured every year by the heedless, thoughtless, reckless or ignorant actions of a comparatively few drivers who precipitate highway accidents of every imaginable kind. Mixed with the good drivers on any highway are a few who will be drunk with alcohol, drunk with a wish for power, angry, resentful, worried, perhaps, ill or handicapped by poor vision, or just simply immature and irresponsible. What can you do about them? How can you identify them? Most important of all, how can you protect yourself against them?"
Good Reading Rack Service, 1958