When you’re on the road, there are no shortage of things other drivers can do that leave you frustrated and a viral Reddit thread digs into the topic. It asks, “What’s your biggest driving pet peeve?” More than 3-thousand people are sharing their top frustrations about those behind the wheel and these are some of the most relatable.
- "People who stop in the middle of a roundabout to let cars enter”
- “Drivers who think they’re being ‘polite,’ but are actually making the road more dangerous.”
- “People who fit in the category of ‘polite’ drivers. We even have a name for it and refer to them as ‘niceholes.’”
- “Randomly stopping to let someone in oncoming traffic turn left in front of them. They think they’re being nice, but not following the signage makes them unpredictable and super dangerous.”
- “Other people on the road”
- “People that start creeping forward at a red light until they’re practically in the intersection, only to drive slow AF once it actually turns green.”
- “Not accelerating up the on-ramp. Gotta love getting stuck behind someone going 45 while merging with a freeway where the traffic is going 80.”
- “People in the left lane at an intersection that inch up when you (in the right) do. Like I am trying to make a right turn here, but need to see around your massive testament to your small willy truck, as soon as I can catch a glimmer of what is coming from the left you scoot up a foot so I can't see anymore.”
- “People just generally being unaware of the world around them while they attempt to drive.”
- “Tailgating and not maintaining a constant speed.”
- “People driving the same speed side by side and creating a slow road block no one can pass”
- “Waving people through a 4 way stop when it's your turn to go.”
- "I hate when a nicehole stops for me as a pedestrian without the right of way," one user said. "Because then I am sitting there furiously waving him on for 30 seconds, when he could have been past me in 2."
- “Anyone who tosses any kind of trash out the window 😡”
- “People who don't signal their turns. How hard is it to use the turn signal, and if you haven't mastered that, should you really be going on to more complex things?”