After driving this same route every day for eight years, Charley Morrison knew he could practically drive it blindfolded With a practiced hand he subconsciously reached into his pocket and took out a cigarette. In the split second he bent his head down to light it, the little girl darted from between and the parked cars. Charley never saw her. He only heard the pitiful scream. How do good drivers like Charley, with records of thousands of accident-free miles to their credit, suddenly and unintentionally become killers? The evidence turned up by studies of many similar accident cases points to over-confidence as their downfall. Driving experience can help make a good driver, but safe driving isn't something you can memorize. They very moment you become too sure of yourself maybe be the last for someone perhaps you.