I love having these synchronistic moments. It makes me feel like my day is unfolding the way it is supposed to. If I had started my run 30 seconds sooner or 30 seconds later I would have missed being in this right place at the right time.
Also, being aware of and reacting to things in our environment (as is necessary when driving) is part of having a healthy body and mind. Having to do this contributes to helping us stay mentally sharp and improves communication skills between the brain and the body. Driving in itself doesn’t help with physical health, but at least there is that brain/body communication component. Take that away and there is one more factor in our world that contributes to poor health.