Did you know that we now spend a record average of four years just driving to work?
To put this into context, if you wanted to get the commute out of the way in one continuous go, you wouldn’t stop driving until February 2020.
But there are ways you can make that journey go faster, taking inspiration from National Random Acts of Kindness Day, which is today.
On this annual celebration of spontaneous selfless acts, we are all encouraged to try doing a good deed or two, such as making a donation or cooking for a friend.
And kind actions also have a place on the road and behind the wheel, not only to help others, but also to make our journey seem a whole lot shorter…
According to statistics released by vehicle leasing supply firm OSV this week:
Make your commute fun
As the old saying goes, time flies when you’re having fun, so turn your commute into something you actually enjoy with a few kind acts to make it fly by.
Be a kinder driver
And the kind acts don’t have to stay inside the car either. You can try spreading a little happiness on each of your journeys with a few of these little positive driving habits.