Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Your Driving Me Crazy

As I was driving to the store this morning, I heard about a recent poll of NJ drivers. Seventy percent of NJ drivers thinks they are above average drivers and thirty percent said they are average, zero percent said they are a below average driver.
I have to say as a lifelong NJ driver, 80% of them are wrong, they stink at driving.
NJ drivers also think NY has the worst drivers, which is so very true. The only thing worse then a NY driver is one from any other state that have no idea what to do on any road and when you pass them you see the fear of god in their eyes.

I think I need to make laminated cards to put on people's windshields. Mine would say things like "you are the worst driver in the history of drivers" or "you are a fair-at-best driver, please go straight to the DMV and turn in your license" or maybe even "I am sure you were a good driver at some point in time, like when dinosaurs roamed the Earth, but you know you cannot see so please stay home and order in food".
Maybe I can rid NJ of terrible drivers.
That is my dream.


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  1. Oooooooh, laminated cards, I like it. I have to say, we've moved around A LOT, and Washington drivers are pretty bad. (Sorry, Washingtonians!) Who drives 10-15mph under the speed limit? AND ON A CLEAR SUNNY DAY! And don't get me started on planning ahead before having to exit or change lanes. That would be asking too much.

  2. monkey, slow drivers are the WORST.
    Also? there is no backing up on the highway iof you miss your exit. Too friggin bad go up to the next exit and turn around, LAZY PEOPLE!

  3. I think Boston drivers pride themselves on.... not so much as being bad drivers, per se, but in viewing most normal traffic laws as but mere suggestions. Like, I am amazed when I hear stories about people actually getting ticketed for failing to signal a lane change. Around here less than half the cars ever signal a lane change. And I don't know how many times I've made a right-hand turn from the left-hand lane, or vice-versa.

  4. Anonymous8:34 AM

    I"ve always wished for the laminated cards..I would have many,many of them.

  5. I heard there was an organization that has signs for people who ONLY drive in the left lane! Some sort of power trip they're on. lol

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  7. Just stopped by through the blog the recession and wanted to leave a comment.That is very true I was born and raised in NJ and now I live in NC. What a difference in the driving. I have to say one bad thing NJ has some of the worst highways how you have to take a jug handle to make a turn that really sucked sure don't miss those.


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