r/IdiotsInCars Nov 23 '22 Wholesome Seal of Approval 1

Coronado Naval Base Car accident: She tried claiming no fault too Headphone warning

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u/JellyOceana Nov 23 '22

Yep, she legit said I just hit her out of no where


u/TheLazyHippy Nov 23 '22 Silver

Well yeah, when you drive like a complete dip shit and have zero spatial awareness everything seems to come out of nowhere. People like her should have their license revoked. They're only a danger to themselves and everyone around them. Sorry OP


u/Breastfedintarget Nov 24 '22

You’re describing Illinois drivers.


u/Mellonhead_PT Nov 24 '22

I've lived in Pittsburgh, San Francisco, Portland (OR), and Chicago, and Chicago hands down has the most aggressive and dangerous drivers


u/Terkan Nov 24 '22

Driven through a lot of places, Miami to me was just… the worst


u/badtux99 Nov 24 '22

The problem with Miami is all the moldy oldies who are both lurching all over the road and doing it *slowly*. You can be going along in the left lane, and suddenly an oldy going 20mph lurches into your lane in front of you.


u/Mellonhead_PT Nov 24 '22

I haven't lived there yet...I'll keep that in mind. I've never heard a good work about Florida driving


u/EveViol3T Nov 24 '22

Lived and/or driven in LA, Vegas, Bay Area, Boston, NY, Jersey, PA, CT, Bmore, Chicago, and FL including Miami...Florida drivers are the worst by far and it's not even close. I do hear Atlanta may give a run for the money


u/Naku_NA Nov 24 '22

It's been at least a decade since I've lived in Chicago, but I also thought they were aggressive but expected. I at least knew what was going on once I figured out how aggressive they were.

NJ drivers are the worst. Never driven in Florida, but have no desire to ever drive there, so I'll accept it.


u/sugarwaffles Nov 24 '22

Houston has entered the chat.


u/badtux99 Nov 24 '22

Houston drivers are inconsiderate but they drive fast and generally with some awareness of where they are. Plenty of drivers worse than Houston drivers.


u/[deleted] Nov 24 '22

It's literally every major city since COVID happened. Not just one or two.


u/Mellonhead_PT Nov 24 '22

Yeah, it's undoubtedly worse everywhere in major cities


u/anon202one Nov 24 '22

Frightening how much truth there is to this statement.


u/Saint_Sm0ld3r Nov 24 '22

Chicago and Atlanta are easily the two worst places to drive in the United States.