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We all know what we think constitutes bad driving, but what are the niggling habits you see on the road that really get your back up?
It’s a rare driver who can go on any significant journey without being annoyed by other motorists. Whether it’s their actual driving style, which may include undertaking and tailgating, or what they get up to behind the wheel, be it eating a sandwich in the fast lane or talking on the phone while navigating a winding country road, we all have stories of annoying driving and drivers.
So what are my pet peeves when it comes to driving etiquette?
Although it seems that only other drivers can incur my wrath, when we talked about this in the office it seems that passengers are also a source of annoyance. We have all experienced back seat driving from time-to-time, but it’s not only passengers sharing their driving tips that causes irritation.
On long journeys passengers can annoy people in any number of ways it seems, from the way they eat an apple to ‘shadow driving’ – pressing down on non-existent pedals in the passenger’s foot well.
If an Englishman’s home is his castle, then his car is definitely his trusty steed. I think that the pride and close personal association we have with our cars and the way we drive means that anyone that doesn’t subscribe to similar motoring views is considered an irritation.
What do you think? Tell us your motoring peeves in the comments.