1-800 How’s my driving – the woke version

Title: “1-800 How’s Our Behavior”

[Scene: A call center. Soft, uplifting background music plays. Two employees, Alex and Sam, sit at their desks wearing headsets. They are conscientious and respectful individuals.]

Alex: (smiling) Good morning, thank you for calling 1-800 How’s Our Behavior. This is Alex speaking, how can I assist you today?

Caller: (frustrated) Hi, I need to report a driver. They were speeding and almost ran me off the road!

Alex: I’m sorry to hear that. Thank you for bringing this to our attention. Can you please provide me with the license plate number of the vehicle?

Caller: Yes, it’s ABC123.

Sam: (typing) Thank you. And can you describe the incident in more detail, please?

Caller: Well, the driver was weaving in and out of traffic without signaling, and they cut me off abruptly.

Alex: (nodding) That sounds concerning. We take these reports seriously as we aim to promote safety and respect on the roads. Can I ask if you were able to get a clear look at the driver?

Caller: Yes, it was a white male in his mid-30s.

Sam: (typing) Got it. Thank you for providing that information. Is there anything else you’d like to add?

Caller: No, that’s all. I just want to make sure this behavior is addressed.

Alex: Understood. We will review this incident thoroughly and take appropriate action. Your vigilance contributes to creating a safer environment for everyone on the road. Thank you for your call.

Caller: Thank you for listening.

[The call ends. Alex and Sam continue their work, diligently taking notes and documenting each report.]

Alex: (sighs) It’s disheartening to hear about these incidents, but it’s essential that we address them promptly.

Sam: Agreed. We’re here to promote accountability and responsibility among drivers while also fostering a culture of respect and empathy.

[They share a moment of understanding before returning to their tasks, ready to assist more callers and uphold their commitment to road safety.]