ANSWERS: 14
  • Turn or cut you off with no signal.
  • Cell phones. STFU and drive already.
  • Hog the middle lane!!!!
  • Putting the left turn indicator on when they aren't going to turn left. You might not believe this, but where I now live it's common for people to indicate they are turning left because they are stopping at a pedestrian crossing or because a car about three in front of them is turning left, in fact anything that may make them slow down. It drives me to distraction, especially when the same people give you no clue about where they are going on a roundabout.
  • blow the horn at a red light
  • Tailgating. That just puts everyone at risk.
  • not obey the speed limits. either, driving reaaaallllllyyyyy slow or speeding by, almost sweeping me off the road as they go.
  • Texting on their cells. Talk about over-taxing the limits of their concentration.
  • BLASTING THOSE DAMN STEREO SYSTEMS!!!!!!!!!!!! One of my BIGGEST pet peeves: When someone is turning left, when the light turns green, the first person pulls up just a couple feet, then when the light turns yellow or red, the driver of that car DOES NOT give anyone behind him or her the opportunity to make that light, too! Another of my BIGGEST pet peeves: When approaching any traffic signal, the person in front of me is "riding the brake". The brake lights are a BRIGHT red. NO ONE knows whether that idiot will stop or not! Changing lanes without signaling! Turning without signaling! When they are look for a specific address, they just don't pull over! NOT doing the speed limit! "Floating" or "running" stop signs. When others simply don't pay attention to their driving: Ladies put on makeup AND drive! Guys read AND drive! Talking on a cell phone or text messaging! IMMEDIATELY after the light turns green, the person behind me sounds the horn! Running red lights! In a shopping center or mall parking lot, simply driving like an 8-year old. When the vehicle breaks down at a light or stop sign, failing to put on the hazard lights AND lifting the hood! Littering! When roads are covered with snow or ice, 95+% of the people just do not know how to drive. Thanks for asking your Q! I did my best to answer it. I hope the information helps. VTY, Ron Berue Yes, that is my real last name! Sources: Some personal observations and opinions. "THE University of Hard Knocks" Also known as ("a/k/a") "life's valuable lessons".
  • People talking on the phone while driving and I hate people who tailgate. I hate those two more than anything and these two are so dangerous too!
  • Slowing down to look at traffic emergencies on the other side of a divided highway.
  • Jumping signals. Pedestrians...yeah, really. Here, in India, footpaths, zebra crossings etc are very rare, so you find people walking about on the road as if they own it! And when you sound the horn for them to step aside, they give a menacing glare to you as if you are the one at fault for bringing your car in there. Really frustrating!!
  • On an open highway with no other traffic, waiting until you're very close to another car before you pass them. What's so difficult about realizing that if you catch up to a car, you're going faster than they are?
  • Elderly people drive me crazy when they are doing less than 20mph.

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