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    Where to begin (shakes head with disappointment)?

    - Unless you are a cop (or adequately armed) you shouldn't try to punish other drivers. I have seen other drivers do some crazy things even when they were the instigator. Be careful!

    - I agree that "overly" aggressive drivers are very irritating however it's illogical to slow down BELOW the speed limit. Now both of you are engaged in a juvenile act of idiocy.

    - I share you hate of tailgaters. I drive an Acura Integra and almost get run over on a weekly basis.

    - Although I wouldn't recommend doing this if you really want to get someone, pull the emergency brake. The brake lights won't light up but you'll stop your car very quickly.

    Oh, and thanks for posting.

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    I like it when a small car decides to sniff the tailgate of a full size manual transmission truck stopped at a light up the side of a hill...
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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    I like it when a small car decides to sniff the tailgate of a full size manual transmission truck stopped at a light up the side of a hill...
    That is evil.

    [Edit] BTW, for some reason the Help Desk staff at work has a very high rate of traffic accidents. Luckily I got out alive.

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    Most likely to decide to run a red light while it's still yellow - ENTJ

    Most likely to hesitate while a light is yellow, then run the red - ISFP

    Most likely to look for nearby cops, then make a decision whether or not to run a red light - INTJ

    Most likely to stop at red lights unfailingly - ISTJ

    Most likely to stop at yellow lights annoyingly - ISFJ

    Most likely to run a red light because they didn't notice it was red - INFP

    Most likely to run a red light because they didn't notice it was there - INTP
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    Most likely to stop at red lights unfailingly - ISTJ

    Err, am I missing something here? I think that's the point of red lights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustDave View Post
    Most likely to stop at red lights unfailingly - ISTJ

    Err, am I missing something here? I think that's the point of red lights.
    And the ISTJ is theoretically the most likely to follow those rules!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urchin View Post
    Most likely to run a red light because they didn't notice it was red - INFP
    My father did this and a cop saw him and she laughed at him and let him go. It was late at night and no one was on the road. He even stopped like it was just a regular street corner then went even though the light was still red.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nightning View Post
    Most likely to drive with a cell-phone in hand ESFX? o_O
    That's the type guaranteed to drive with a cell in their hand, even if they're not talking on it.

    Ugh... how many accidents happen because someone's text messaging?

    Good. They deserve it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Urchin View Post
    Most likely to decide to run a red light while it's still yellow - ENTJ
    This is pretty funny. I've been in the passenger seat next to my sister before and she SPEEDS up during a yellow light and crosses before it turns red. However, when making a left hand turn without a signal- she is usually good about stopping, not wanting to run over pedestrians and all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotmale View Post
    This is pretty funny. I've been in the passenger seat next to my sister before and she SPEEDS up during a yellow light and crosses before it turns red. However, when making a left hand turn without a signal- she is usually good about stopping, not wanting to run over pedestrians and all.
    Who doesn't?
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