People know how to drive? (in Off-topic)

Pwned February 22 2010 11:36 PM EST

I drove from Appleton, Wisconsin, to Chicago, Illinois, this last Friday and man people just don't know how to drive anymore. The highway drive going down was horrible. There was people jumping lanes wildly, driving between both lanes, cutting off semis and the most prevalent was the no blinker. Chicago rush hour had better drivers, which is funny because it took an hour to go a mile in that rush hour but still better drivers. I dunno about where your at but here people just don't use blinkers anymore, plus people cant tell a yield from a stop sign.

/end rant.

BadFish February 23 2010 12:00 AM EST

Were you just visiting Appleton or do you live there? I ask because I live in Sheboygan. I do the drive from Sheboygan to Elmhurst, which is about 20 minutes outside of Chicago, and I've noticed that the drivers there are much better in general too.

kevlar February 23 2010 12:14 AM EST

worst drivers = Arkansas ... and bugs

Lord Bob February 23 2010 12:21 AM EST

Try Detroit drivers. Traffic laws? Yeah right. It reminds me of driving in Mexico, which is interesting to say the least.

I always tell people I learned to drive in the Philippines. They don't really have road rules down there. They're more like suggestions. And instead of your brake, just use your horn instead.

{Wookie}-Jir.Vr- February 23 2010 1:25 AM EST

Haha, man Detroit "driving"... Enough said! :O

Pwned February 23 2010 3:39 AM EST

I live in Appleton yea.

AdminTal Destra [C and S Forgery Lmtd.] February 23 2010 5:27 AM EST

Glad I live in Texas, some of the best drivers... and if you're stuck on the side of the road, people actually stop to see if you need help.

Trentin February 23 2010 9:42 AM EST

Hahaha, I live in Texas also, and its snowing today. >.
It rarely snows here.
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