1. People who see a sign that says "Lane ends in 1 mile" and think it means that they have 5,279 feet in which to pass people before barging their way in.
2. People who allow the people from point number one to merge in; forcing everyone behind to wait because the guy from 1 thinks he is too good to wait like everyone else, and the guy from 2 is a doormat.
3. People who slow down to 30 mph on the interstate because it is raining. Rain is made of water, not acid soaked depleted uranium. I understand that you want to be cautious, but a 35 mph reduction in speed makes you a road hazard.
4. People who tailgate when there is a car directly in front of me. I cannot become ethereal and pass through that car.
5. People who drive giant monster trucks that have headlights directly in line with the rear view mirrors of normals sized vehicles. Yes, I know you are probably late for 'muddin', but some of us have to get to work and being blinded by your headlights is not helping.
6. People who slow down before getting on the off ramp, and people who do not get up to speed on the on ramp. I am really at a loss to explain this one. If you try to merge with traffic going 65 mph and you are doing 40 mph, bad things will result.
7. People in trucks that insist that they must pass other trucks because they are travelling 0.25 mph faster and thus occupy both lanes for miles and miles.
8. People who cannot go when the light turns green. This is especially annoying because those slow reflex people are the ones that will get through the light while everyone else gets to wait through another. What are you doing that takes you so long to hit the gas? Playing Jenga in the passenger seat?
9. People that insist on backing in to a parking spot. Are you some sort of superhero that must be ready to go once the police chief shines your symbol on the night sky? Does it make more sense to back in to a confined space or back out of a confined space?
10. People that drive 12 story SUVs that insist on negotiating turns at 3 mph. That way I can get caught in the middle of the intersection.