Types of Drivers

Types of Drivers

  • Submitted By: trypie
  • Date Submitted: 02/16/2009 6:35 PM
  • Category: Social Issues
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The 1st and last ones are the ones that create the serious problems. Slowpokes can create traffic havic on a heavily traveled two lane highway and tailgaters are downright annoying and are endangering not only themselfs but you (the driver of the car) too. [Add Speed demeans sentence] The 2nd ones don't generally create a problem but they do often cause people to follow to closely any can be a bit annoying at times. The fast and typical drivers create the smoothest traffic flow and tend to be the safest.

Slow pokes come in all types. There are the downright idiotic drivers that drive slow because there scared to go faster because they are afraid that they might hit someone (generally senior citizens). There are also slow pokes who drive slow because they don't know where there are going. And finally there are those that actually drive the speed limit on 30 and 35 mph back roads. Slow pokes are never wanted on the road. They create serious traffic problems and can even double one's traveling time of a two lane open highway. Yes on an open highway you can generally pass them however in my experience people tend to be reluctant to do this for a variety of reasons. And if there is anything greater than light traffic going the other direction it might be impossible to perform a safe pass. Fortunately they are rare and generally don't clog the highways however when they are on the road they can make EVERYONE'S day miserable.

Slow drivers are the ones that don't like to speed because there afraid of getting caught or those who simply rather not put all there attention on the road. Slow drivers generally don't create a serious problem because they only go 10-15 mph under the fastest safe driving speed for the road (not the speed limit!). However, if you are in a rush they can be very annoying. Slow drivers unfortunately keep the people behind them driving at there speed. Making up 10 to 20 percent of the drivers on the road, they generally dictate the general...

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