Some driving experiences can be related to taking a studio/portrait photo.
Stay aware of all the factors affecting your decision when to release the shutter. Adjust your exposure to limit danger (or interference). Let people know what you're doing, to get the nest response. Plan for moving elements so that you act promptly once the composition is perfect. Work your equipment's controls by feel rather than by sight (keep eyes on your subject). Move briskly but professionally, patiently, pleasantly, ... even forgivingly.
You'll get the best outcome when you work WITH your subject, not independent of it. And if you've only taken still-life pictures, think of the car as your assistant.