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Crazy Drivers.

Do other drivers drive you crazy?

Or is that your role?

Re: Crazy Drivers.

Reply #1
I always show a superior indiference for drivers.
Sees them no different from chauffeurs. A chauffeur uses to dress better, that's the only difference.
A matter of attitude.

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Reply #2

I always show a superior indiference for drivers.
Sees them no different from chauffeurs. A chauffeur uses to dress better, that's the only difference.
My wife drove us to our morning coffee shop today.

Not being of the suicidal persuasion, I would not dare take that approach.

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Reply #3
I mean male drivers, I always show gentleness towards the ladies. :)
A matter of attitude.

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Reply #4
After watching Russian dash-cam footage I've convinced myself people around here aren't so bad at driving. :whistle:

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Reply #5
Quote from: ensbb3

After watching Russian dash-cam footage I've convinced myself people around here aren't so bad at driving. :whistle:

I'd  have to agree with you although other nationalities come close. If you ever tried to drive in Istanbul you would think Russian lane-keeping discipline a model of safe driving. My experience there is that the way round a roundabout depends on
A.  Which is the shortest route to the exit you want
and
B.   Did you hit the horn before the competing drivers

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Reply #6
My experience there is that the way round a roundabout depends on
A.  Which is the shortest route to the exit you want
and
B.   Did you hit the horn before the competing drivers


Something for 'gated communities' here. Watching people stop in them, turn signal on, makes me glad they aren't more common, lol.

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Reply #7
After watching Russian dash-cam footage I've convinced myself people around here aren't so bad at driving.  :whistle:

It's just the police that are worst...
A matter of attitude.

 

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Reply #8
Waymo robotaxi pulled over by Phoenix police after driving into the wrong lane
The dispatch records (which are written in all caps) say the vehicle “FREAKED OUT” and that the officer was ultimately “UNABLE TO ISSUE CITATION TO COMPUTER,” according to Arizona Republic.
Isn't this a situation where confiscation of the vehicle would drive the point home better than a citation?