Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Wednesdays Question

It's Wednesday so that means it's question time. There isn't a right or wrong answer to this question as everyone has different opinions on any given issue.

So here's this weeks question: Name one thing that drives you insane about driving in your town/city?
If you don't drive then name one thing that drives you insane about your mode of transportation in your town/city?
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30 comments:

  1. Tailgaters! I always stay in the appropriate lane and will move over for some numb-nuts that just has to pass going 90 mph. It's the dipshidiot that rides you like a bull for twenty miles!!!
    ~~~Blessings~~~

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  2. I dont pay attention to traffic. I simply gaze out the windshield, steer where I need to go, and sing.

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  3. I don't drive and am a pedestrian in most cases. What drives me insane about my city's traffic is that the sidewalks (what there is of it) are not meant for pedestrians to walk on, but rather, for two wheelers to escape any traffic jams. Many are the times when I have had to jump out of the path of a 2-wheeler while I was leisurely walking along on the sidewalk. And worst of all, the 2 wheeler drivers look at me as though I have committed a grave offence by jumping in front of their vehicle.

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  4. POTHOLES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  5. I can not stand traffic. Period. People are rude and drive like complete idiots. Speeding, weaving in and out of lanes, talking on their crackberries and iphones and texting... Idiots.

    Which is why I moved after my divorce. Then after after 13 years that town got to big and I moved here. In the last 5 1/2 years the population has grown and now this town is getting too big. But apparently not big enough to get a Macaroni Grill or an Olive Garden or a Dunkin Donuts. Just saying.

    Big hugs xoxo

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  6. The interstate idiots who practically pull a four-wheel stop when they see the law on the side of the road, especially when they are busy giving someone else a ticket! Sheesh!

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  7. urmm.. extreme hot weather and the ac is just puffing out hot air too :)

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  8. Nothing.

    We live in the countryside of England and I love going out for a drive. Well Mo drives, I just look out of the window :)

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  9. Woof! Woof! I LOVE getting car rides ... no matter who is driving. Public transportation does not allow dogs. Walking to our town is an option during the weekend ... its a good exercise. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  10. People driving on the wrong side of the road.

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  11. I don't need a car in London. But if I did it would be the constant traffic jams, the cost of parking anywhere and all the idiots who don't know how to drive!

    I feel everyone from out-with the UK if they are living hear should have to pass a test in this country because some countries give a driving license to anybody that can write their name on the form...it's a bad joke!

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  12. in season here it is wall to wall cars but in the summer it is lovely!

    smiles, bee
    oxoxoxoxoxo

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  13. This isn't PC, but tourists. In the DC area we have lots of folks driving who have no idea where they are going. Which I totally understand, but it still makes for some frustrating driving.

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  14. In Chicago there is no one thing.
    1. Red light cameras with a short yellow light.
    2. Adding bike lanes to streets that are barely wide enough for 2 cars side by side.
    3. Pot holes that never get fixed.
    4. Road construction that never ends.

    There are many more but...

    Have a great day!

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  15. I don't drive because we don't have car anymore, but I hate our drivers here for they are blinds on pedestrian lanes. They don't allow us to cross not unless the traffic lights is on stop mode. grrrrrrr.

    Thanks for the visit Sandee. Thanks God, I am okay now. I miss your blog hahaaha.

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  16. My drive to town isn't too bad as long as I don't go too late in the day. Then the traffic drives me batty. Have a great day Sandee. By the way Little Bit did get Khaki's tail but they are all very patient with Little Bit because she is so special.

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  17. I don't drive which isn't a bad thing living in London, but The London Underground (The Tube) literally does my head in, admittedly It gets you about fast but that's only when It's working properly which Isn't that often LOL

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  18. Not much. We even have tractors that go around the town square. I certainly don't mind them at all. I do not like tailgaters, anywhere!

    Big hugs from O-hi-yo, honey...

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  19. Name one thing that drives you insane about driving in your town/city?

    Are you kiddin me! I live/Drive in South Florida! I could write a book...good idea(?)

    Aloha From Sometimes Undriveable South Florida!

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  20. Ha, ha - We don't own a car; my husband hates to drive and I don't know how! Next question...

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  21. Being cut off by drivers who then drive really, really, slowly ... as if pedaling the car or dazed that they suddenly awakened to find themselves sitting behind the wheel of a moving vehicle.

    Wake up already!

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  22. The only thing that drives me crazy about driving around here is the idiot prison workers who drive like a bat out of hell and pass me so that they can get to work a whole 15 seconds sooner. I've actually timed them. They pull in the prison parking lot and I count how long it takes me to get to that spot. Yep, a whole 15 seconds. Idiots :)

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  23. That's easy. The other drivers!

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  24. I can't stand these people who get in the right lane at a stoplight but do not turn right. They block everyone behind them.

    Joyce
    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com

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  25. Oh, I almost forgot . . .

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2011/04/idiot-drivers-atoz-atozchallenge.html

    . . . I wrote a post all about them. :)

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  26. The motorbikes!. Half of them drive slow and occupying half of the lane. The other half drive like the road is a racing circuit.

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  27. Well, for me, it's the fact that there's a stop light seemingly every ten feet out here. And everything you've heard about West Coast freeways is true. I understand road rage a lot better now. :)

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  28. Lack of bike lanes!!! :-(

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