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Safe to go for a drive?

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    Posted: March 23 2020 at 5:08pm

Is it safe to go for a drive out in the country, to take a break from SIP? I haven't left my house in like 2 weeks. If I go early in the morning when there's no traffic that should be safe right?

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As long as you don't have an accident and have to get out of your car...go for it!

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The driving itself should be safe.  

But ,  what about stopping for the toilet, handling the fuel pump, paying the cashier, stopping for a drink, asking directions and visiting a possibly contaminated ATM? What if a policeman pulls you over, has he got it?

Do it if you must, but it might not be so relaxing when you have to take so much into consideration.

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