"What ON EARTH can God-study have to do with driving ?!", you may ask.
Well, a wise young priest once said to me: "Apple computers are like Roman Catholic spirituality—you find what you're seeking via icons; PCs are like Protestant spirituality—you have to know special, technical words instead".
How true. And, thanks be to Allah and the major manufacturers, modern cars are laid out much more with globally recognised icons these days. So, you can rely on shapes, colours, and symbols ("pictograms") to guide "your journey". You know a red warning light is more serious than an amber [yellow] one, and a white one is just for info. (It's the same when you interpret road markings or traffic signs).
And, in a car, there are almost always 3 senses for you to get "confirmation" that something's happened: Sight, Sound, and Sensation. How very Trinitarian.
So, don't rely on just your vision—listen and feel, too. It's rather like the multi-sensory, whole-body engagement seen more in the Eastern Orthodox church, the fasting of Islam, cantoring of Judaism, and mindfulness of Buddhism.