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#14 of 18 Re: Where are the worst drivers? [fezo]
Sep 22, 2011 (6:43 pm)
That second one about becoming just as aggressive I'm relearning in that for the first time in years I'm driving in Manhattan every few weeks. My wife refuses to even attempt it. I grew up 30 miles from the city and was in there at 17 so I'm still pretty used to it.
An important point to note is that all of my East Coast driving was done in rental cars with full insurance, so I never worried too much about the indescribable awful that could happen.
Now, in my own car? A different story, I would think.
#16 of 18 According to my son...
Oct 11, 2011 (9:02 am)
Lines are suggestions, as Michaell says...
My son said it's truly scary to drive there...people don't pay ANY attention....this coming from a guy who learned to drive in Oregon.
An Oregon drivers are pretty bad,
#17 of 18 Re: According to my son... [slorenzen]
Oct 11, 2011 (9:17 am)
Driving in GA is kind of like a dumbed down version of Germany. Marginal interstate enforcement, pretty good interstate road quality, and massive speed gaps - people who cruise at 90+ on the ATL-SAV corridor, and those who go 45 on the same road. The only things missing are good cars and lane discipline. I'll be there in two weeks, and I await a break from the overly timid idiots here.
#18 of 18 Re: According to my son... [fintail]
Oct 11, 2011 (9:57 am)
What was really fun in Savannah was before they finished 95 through there. They took you over this bridge that went straight up and straight down! Going back and forth between NJ and Florida that was always my biggest accomplishment. That and not getting stopped by the cop with button for the 1/10 of a second yellow light.