There’s a saying, “commute is hell”. The daily drive from your home to your workplace can agitate even the calmest of dispositions. But some days there are certain um… individuals who make it just that extra frustrating for everyone involved. We all know the type… first, there’s the….
It’s not that we think these people are following us, or some creepy stalker, or maybe a person with no regard for personal space… but tailgating is pretty dangerous. As you can see here:
TL;DR: If you’re a tailgater, you’re bad and you should feel bad.
Ah nothing like endangering yourself and the people around you because you couldn’t get off your gadget, do your make up at work or at home or eat some grub without manipulating a thousand pound hunk of gears and metal.
Seriously, if you have a deathwish, leave the rest of us alone!
“Turn signals are optional” Drivers
How can something so basic become so hard for these people? Lack of driving knowledge? Laziness? Some sort of arthritic cramp that prevents them from flipping a switch to signal their intent to merge or turn? Or do some people just really want to see the world burn?
Seriously, it’s not rocket science
The Frustrated Fast and the Furious Fan
Don’t get us wrong, we love the Fast and the Furious, but we don’t love them when some random guy is trying to bob and weave at dangerous speeds because they got “skills”.
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Newsflash: You’re not Vin Diesel and no one cares.
And lastly… the Left Lane Hogger
Anyone who’s ever driven has probably hated someone who has done this, if you’re the type that does do this, spare us the excuses. You’re wrong. Just plain wrong. It’s a passing lane, move over already! (It’s also illegal)
And there you have it. Now take a deep breath and relax. Giving into road rage could end up disastrous for you and everyone on the road. We just hope that you, our dear readers do not fall into any of these categories. If you do, take heed that there are other people on the road with you and keeping them safe is also about keeping yourself safe (If you still don’t get it, may we never see you on road…. seriously). Until next time folks!