NPs in general are terrifying and reckless drivers. At least, that's what I get from observation and reading this thread.
I'm mostly joking EXCEPT if you really are that bad at driving you are a risk to everyone else on the road.
It does concern me for real, since I have seen (and experienced) what being overwhelmed and "out of it" do to the driver in terms of driving.
The worst driver I've met is an NP and people (no joke) are scared to get in the car with them. In addition to always getting lost this NP has no awareness - of self, directions, speed, other drivers, traffic, pedestrians, etc.
This NP's disregard for other people on the road and crosswalks is unforgivable and possibly criminal. Examples: they almost hit a pedestrian in a right of way crosswalk and merged onto the highway WAY too prematurely - I seriously thought we were gonna get hit but the SUV behind us but it swerved into the next lane. They've driven erratically and started swerving into the next lane - the car next to us has started honking and swearing at the NP but they are so clueless they don't realize it. They drive WAY too slow (15-20 miles BELOW the speed limit on highways). Drives with their elbows while they write down notes on the steering wheel, ETC.
This NP does things like this routinely like it's not a big deal. Their cluelessness and irresponsibility is infuriating and one of the reasons I have had to minimize contact with them.
Just a rant, I know it's kinda funny to talk about how good or bad we are as drivers, but aside from personality typing, a lot of being a good or bad driver just has to do with being responsible and practicing awareness. Or practicing, period.