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== Neglecting to move over when making turns == == Other Information ==
Here's something that isn't too big of an annoyance, but one that I see all the time. When some people are on a road with a sizable shoulder/median, and are slowing down to turn off, they don't move over to avoid making the cars behind them slow down as well. I don't understand the rationale behind this manner of driving... if you are going to be slowing down significantly for a turn, you need to get as far out of the way as possible so that cars behind you can continue moving uninhibited.
Most common annoyances
Not yielding to faster traffic ("left-lane bandits")
Failing to signal lane changes
Moving over at the last possible second
Tailgating in heavy traffic
High-beam usage
Rubbernecking
Neglecting to move over when making turns
Coming to a near-stop at railroad crossings

Less common annoyances
Jamming on the brakes upon seeing someone pulled over
Crawling on high-speed entrance ramps
Forgetting that green means go
Not yielding to other cars when lost
Poor-weather driving etiquette
In-car distractions
Stopping at the end of an entrance ramp

Non-driving annoyances
Law enforcement
Parking maladies
Landscapers
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