Close Encounters of the Automotive Kind 1
All drivers, men and women, young and old, rated themselves over the “average motorist”, especially when this average motorist fell into the over 65 age category.
Young men felt the most superior.
Middle-aged men rated themselves as better than similarly aged drivers, and far superior to younger and older motorists.
Older drivers – aged 65 plus – felt most superior when they compared themselves with motorists of the same age.
One of these clowns nearly speared me Tuesday.
He had the stop sign, but didn’t use it.
January 28, 2010 at 4:52 pm
And it’s the oldest ones that scare me the most. Most of them shouldn’t be driving, period.