The rules for etiquette on social occasions for seats in a car are different from business locations. The social rules of car travel are especially important when a man opens a door for a woman and when couples sit in a car. Passionate people who want to climb on a successful ladder know the rules and carefully observe them.
In social situations, good manners require a well-educated man to help a lady out of the car on the side of the sidewalk before walking around around the car to enter. Ladies and gentlemen, everybody knows he opens his own door, but some of them miss the point. Before 5:00 pm you can be a lion in the office. At 5 o'clock in the afternoon at 5 o'clock, however, you can do well to relieve yourself, contact yourself with a cat's cat and stop robbing a man from his manhood. Men, do not be ignorant. Noteworthy is a sophistication that a pretty woman did not lose. Even a simple gesture, such as opening the door, sends him a message that he thinks you should treat like a princess and are proud of being seen. If you have to forge it until it gets out.
The way couples sit together during their travels indicates their social strata. When two men and two women work together, the two men sit on the front seat of the car and the women take the rear seats. In the middle class there are a couple standing in front of him, the other sitting in the back. The top class people choose a different solution. A couple of women sit with the other pair of men while their partner at the back seat is the lead female partner. The man in the back seat leaves the woman with respect – at the passenger's back. The assumption of this sitting device is that a couple spend a lot of time talking to each other. Mixed Seat Arrangement encourages cross-talk and thus fulfills coexistence with others – exchanging shining conversations, news, and ideas for everyone.
Is this all a bit pretentious? Perhaps, but if you are interested in joining the social club, you have to adjust and adapt to your thinking like any other rules of acceptable behavior in car behavior, in all areas of the etiquette.
Source by Naomi Torre