I've seen the following from all types of cars, not necessarily a type of person; Texting. Or Twitter, or Facebook, or... Really people, just stop. No, I mean it. Your life, as well as mine may depend on it. Talking on the phone. Not as bad as texting since at least your eyes are on the road, but that doesn't mean your brain is concerning itself with driving In a hurry to go no where. Really, I stayed in one lane and went with traffic, and got here at the same time you did while you were trying to swerve throughout all lanes and going as fast as you could for as long as you could while in the current lane. "Here" happens to be Barnes and Noble. No one is ever on that road, so why bother looking for traffic? Yeah, that happened this morning to me, and has many other times as well, all on different streets. (There are six houses on my end of the street, only two of us work 8-5, very low traffic therefore at 8 in the morning.) Luckily, I was watching the road she came from and saw that she never looked my way, until she was already in the lane. Then she slammed on the brakes fully blocking the lane (small residential street). Tailgaters. Ugh. Why, no really, why did you just speed up to pass me only to immediately slam on your brakes to avoid missing your turn? Really, why? People who talk with their hands, while driving. A good thing while talking to almost anyone, about nearly everything. Not good while holding your phone with one hand, and the steering wheel with the other. I'm sure I will think of others.