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== Failing to signal lane changes == == Other Information ==
Here's something else that should go without saying, but interestingly enough, countless people either don't realize or just don't give a damn.

When you're making a turn or changing lanes, you signal. This way, other drivers on the road won't have to wonder why you're slowing down, or drifting into their lane. It's simple courtesy to let other drivers know when you're going to make this kind of move, which makes it baffling to me as to why so many drivers don't bother. If you're one of these people, please realize that signaling your turns and lane changes does not make you less of a man/woman, and does not require much effort. Use your turn signals and help make the roads just a bit safer.

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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