You are considered an average driver. As someone who drives a fair amount, we encourage you to
protect yourself and those in your car at all times with a comprehensive insurance policy.

Being an average driver means that you typically keep to the speed limit, follow the rules of the road, and don’t do anything too reckless when driving.

 There is no one set of activities that all average drivers can be expected to perform while driving properly, but there are several ways in which most people who drive correctly can be said to act.

You could say that these common components make up what it means to be an “average” driver.

In addition to these general guidelines, there are also cases where an average driver might do something that would be seen as slightly more positive than average. These include being courteous to those around you on the road – for example, by letting people merge into your lane if they need to merge during rush hour rather than simply blocking them out. Also, an average driver may be one who exercises safety while driving – for example, using a turn signal to indicate your direction of travel before changing lanes.

Driving is usually something that most people can manage even if they are not experts in cars or safety systems.

That being said, there are some things which you can do to make sure that you are doing the best possible job behind the wheel so that you are less likely to get into any accidents or have any other problems with traffic law enforcement.