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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
    The type that lives in California
    Driving in large cities in California is terrifying.


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    ^ Agreed. I've been to a road trip in California and drove the big highways of L.A during rush hour... One of the worst experiences of my life. And before that I had thought San Francisco and Vegas were bad.. HA!

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    The driver was an ESTP. The car felt like it was to flip over every time he'd make a turn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Define aggressive driver.
    This.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Define aggressive driver.
    "Aggressive driving is a way of driving any type of vehicle or effecting any type of maneuver on a vehicle in which the driver deliberately behaves in such a manner as to increase the risk of a road accident."

    "Aggressive driver" means "one who does the above."
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    My dad is an ENTP and he sucks at driving. He's almost hit at least five people, gotten into multiple fender benders, and his shitty old car breaks down everywhere.

    Everyone where I live is an aggressive driver though, sooooo......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    "Aggressive driving is a way of driving any type of vehicle [...] in which the driver deliberately behaves in such a manner as to increase the risk of a road accident."

    "Aggressive driver" means "one who does the above."
    So, for starters :

    One who drives while yammering away on a cell phone.
    One who drives while yelling at a child to stop hitting its sibling.
    One who drives while air drumming to Led Zeppelin on the radio.
    One who drives while lost in thought.
    One who drives while slapping on another coat of lipstick in the mirror.
    One who drives while reaching over and getting a map out of the glove compartment.

    Those are just a few of the reasons a person's attention could be diverted away from the road long enough to increase the risk of an accident.


    Mmm . . . aggressive.

    I guess it's time to choose which type is most likely to yammer on a cell phone. Surely only one MBTI type would do such a thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    So, for starters :

    One who drives while yammering away on a cell phone.
    One who drives while yelling at a child to stop hitting its sibling.
    One who drives while air drumming to Led Zeppelin on the radio.
    One who drives while lost in thought.
    One who drives while slapping on another coat of lipstick in the mirror.
    One who drives while reaching over and getting a map out of the glove compartment.

    Those are just a few of the reasons a person's attention could be diverted away from the road long enough to increase the risk of an accident.


    Mmm . . . aggressive.

    I guess it's time to choose which type is most likely to yammer on a cell phone. Surely only one MBTI type would do such a thing.
    I'm sure even you can come up with less skeptical examples. Such as, "speeding, running red lights, and swerving all over the road."
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    My vote goes to ESTPs and ESFPs.

    However, I do have an ENFJ story that puts them in the running.

    My sister (college student) came in where I work a couple of weeks ago.

    She sat down by my desk and said,"I got stopped for speeding."

    Me...."Were you?"

    Her..."That cop wrote me a ticket for going 79 in a 55 mph speed zone."

    Me....."Oh,I see; so, you weren't going that fast."

    Her, shrugging...."No. I was really going 83."

    I think my sister fits the definition of reckless driver.

    But still, she doesn't top my ESTP brother. He makes her look mild.
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