Difficulties await on the most unexpected roads, so you have to be prepared to take the challenge on and avoid danger on the way. This is indeed some extreme driving! In many of those situations I know a lot of people would hit the panic button! I had to do the exact maneuvre as in 3:08 on a tiny one lane road on one of the highest mountains in Scotland, There was no way back, because our car kept stalling as it was on a slope and there were people cued up who couldn't get down and on one side was a steep cliff. So on I went, restarting the car constantly and going back and fourth, back an fourth for a few centimetres, with husband giving me signs. Once it pointed downwards, it stayed on and we drove off. I am still sweating when I think about that day. This is just an example of how many people really just don't pay attention behind the wheel. You're driving a weapon technically. Moving a rock sure but all the rest of these situations could have been resolved by simply reversing. The other unique issues wouldn't be worth losing my life over. I would love to see all these cars and find the bent tie rod ends, rusted underbodies, and ruined body panels because of all these "every day normal situations".