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You know that feeling of feeling a sudden surge of energy that comes with hitting the accelerator?
Well, you may also have a feeling of euphoria when you’re in a car.
The buzz from the car may even feel like a giant buzz.
It’s called a “baton rouging” sensation.
We’re talking about a sudden, high-frequency surge in adrenaline that can cause you to become physically ill or even kill you.
And because it can happen with any car, you can actually feel the adrenaline rush.
Here are five ways to get started with baton rucking in your car.
Make sure your tires are inflated before you start The first step is getting your tires inflated.
The best way to do this is to buy an inflated tire at a car dealership or online.
Then, if you’re having a hard time getting tires to work, you’ll want to replace them.
Turn off your computer before you begin If you don’t want to be distracted while you ruck your car, turn off your device while you’re rucking your car—this way, you won’t be distracted from the ruck itself.
Don’t park near the curb When you’re pulling your car onto the shoulder of the road, make sure you park in the far corner, away from the curb, away as much as possible.
Get out of the way when you are pulling your vehicle onto the curb Avoid the side of the curb or if you have to stop to pick up a phone or anything that may attract attention.
Be patient The adrenaline rush of rucking is temporary.
When you are ready to ruck again, take a break for 15 minutes or so and relax.
The body is still developing, so the adrenaline will fade and you’ll return to normal driving levels.