I drive for a living and I see it all. The most annoying things are these:
When you're driving and some c*nt pulls out in front of you, fair enough, but they start going slower than 30mph, so i ease back and give them a chance at first, but then it gets on your nerves, ESPECIALLY when it's 2 people in the car and they are talking and the driver is more concerned with the conversation than driving and you can see them making all funny sorts of hand gestures (some) people like doing when they talk.
People who don't know what a 'give way' marking means, I'm on a main road casually driving somebody on a side road is approaching in a hurry and doesn't stop at the give way marking and near enough stops right in the way of oncoming traffic (me). Maybe they think if they pull out far enough i'll just flash them and give them way, f*ck 'em though, I don't do it, so why should they? I casually swerve round them.
Tailgaters, but at the same time I like when somebody tailgates me, here's why, in the UK, there's lots of 'things' in the road, bollards, pedestrian crossings, it can a be a bit like an obstacle course sometimes, and I happen to drive a van, so when somebody decides to come so close behind me that they can't see around me, what I like to do is drive quite close to these obstacles, I have a very good knowing of my vehicle size and where the wheels are in relation to the road, and I can be a bastard and drive ridiculously close to kerbs of the islands where people cross barely scraping the sidewall of my wheel if need be, but of course, someone tailgating me cant see the obstacle in the road, so the result is either them whacking into it or having to dodge it at the last second, which is hilarious to watch when I check in my side mirror, so when I approach it I don't actually dodge it, I drive towards it in a straight line and I just about miss the kerb by a centimeter or something, the person behind me doesn't expect it at all. It never works though sine the tailgater seems to become a bit furious, especially if its a bmw or an audi and continues to tailgate..
i can go on and on but here's the last one.
yeah, i appreciate people need to learn to drive, but driving on the road should only be taken on once the driver learns how to actually make the car 'move' without stalling, and the stupid instructors seem to bring some learners to certain lights that are notorious for only going green for like 4 seconds during the rush hour, and it's not a good place to stall. instructors should take these learners to a car park or something to get used to the biting point and all that before tackling the busy roads, people say ''you were a learner once' and i say 'yeah i know! I never stalled the f*cking car though did i?', because i can't remember stalling the car oce i found the biting point, the only problem i had was using too much gas and wheel spinning the new ford focus, that was my problem, i never stalled.