Everyone knows that there are two types of drivers in this world: Those that ask for directions and those that don’t.

The former often have the reputation for being a little more responsible — drivers who know their limitations and aren’t afraid to ask for help as long as it gets them to their destination safely and more efficiently. The latter are considered a little more reckless. These drivers are too confident in their abilities to get from point A to point B—or else just have too much pride to ask for help—that they convince themselves they know where they are going even when every sign points to them being really, really lost.   

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