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I get so frustrated seeing people disregarding traffic laws or guidelines.
Example. Crossing a double solid white line to enter or exit an express lane. I see this multiple times on a daily basis.
Where are some police when you need them?
Blinkers are nice as well, always fun watching a car cut across four lanes of traffic to get to either side for an exit or to an express lane.
What is this, frogger ffs?
And don't get me started on those who drive with no tail lights or break lights.
And let us give those who retard fast lanes, passes, so that a gap may form and more cars can get between you and who you were following before said retard thought he could properly use a fast lane.
I cannot wait for fully automated commute.
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Quote: HamHead said: I cannot wait for fully automated commute.
That would be annoying and boring, not to mention filled with accidents despite what the dreamers say.
Driving gets a bit better once you know which cars to try to avoid. They're often unavoidable, but staying away from Toyotadopes(including Lexus and Scion), Dodge Caravans(also Voyager/T&C), BMWs(especially E46 and later 3-series), Audis, and Ford Mustangs will improve the driving experience. This is discriminatory, yes, but the amount ov poor behavior i have noted from drivers ov these cars is shocking in its proliferation.
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