If you have been a driver for a while, I’m positive you have experienced one of these 10 frustrations while driving.
1. Slow drivers.
Ever in a hurry to get somewhere and the person in front of you is going at 5mph? Same.
2. Plastic bags on highways.
We’ve all been there when cars are swerving trying to avoid the plastic bag on the highway, it's annoying. In the end we know it could potentially be dangerous but once you see it on the ground you know sh*t's about to go down.
3. Not using blinkers.
WHY? *JUDGING YOU*
4. Not using the correct blinker.
Again, WHY? It's literally not that hard. *JUDGING YOU AGAIN*
5. Going slow in the fast lane.
6. Bright lights.
I know it's dark and you can't see but are you trying to blind me? Use your low lights when there are other cars in the opposite lane.
7. Passing a truck or bus.
Extreme anxiety. All the thoughts of what could go wrong go through your head. Are they too close to you? Is there another car coming the opposite way? You'll never know. We just wish this would exist.
8. Losing your aux cord.
Who's down to listen to a radio station filled with commercials? Not me. It is so frustrating forgetting your aux chord, specially in long trips when you are in the mood to listen to something specific. The radio becomes your enemy.
9. Anxiety with yellow traffic lights.
You know when you're the last person on your lane but you know that as soon as the light turns yellow some anxiety might rise up and you have three options. 1. Speed and try to make it before the red light, 2. Drive through the red light and hope not to get stopped by a cop. Or, 3. Stay and miss your chance to continue.
Its been scientifically proven that we spend over 38 hours a year sitting in traffic. That's ridiculous! We all wish we could do this.