Don’t be an Idiot or Maniac

I recently read an article that described two types of drivers: Idiots and Maniacs.


It described those who drive slower than you as Idiots. Anyone who slows you down falls in this category. That might be student drivers, older drivers, texters or someone driving a vehicle experiencing mechanical difficulties.

On the other hand Maniac is the term given to drivers who speed along the highway often times weaving in and out of traffic or riding your tail, flashing their lights, honking and probably calling you an Idiot.

When you’re driving, especially on the Interstate, take a deep breath, avoid the urge to retaliate against either the Idiots or Maniacs and certainly don’t emulate their bad behavior.

  • No texting.
  • No speeding.
  • No tailgating.
  • No yelling at drivers.
  • No weaving in and out of traffic.
  • No road rage.

Be safe. Don’t be an Idiot or a Maniac.



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