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Old 03-11-2016, 09:01 AM   #57
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How about the me-firsters who see the "right lane closed ahead" signs and while everyone is getting into the left lane, ready for the merge, the me-firster plows ahead and expects that when they reach the real merge point everyone should just let them in!
YES!!! That one bugs the hell out of me. I am one person who will do about anything but let them over in front of me after they have just blown past a line of vehicles because they feel they are more important than everyone else.

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Old 03-11-2016, 09:23 AM   #58
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5 pages and no one got my pet peeve, so here it goes. The idiots that drive in the fast lane right on my quarter panel, but won't pass. They sit my blind spot and match my speed. Just makes my blood boil.
For those that like to pull out in front of me and 500 yards later turn into a parking lot, I have an air horn that needs some exercise.
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Old 03-11-2016, 09:26 AM   #59
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People that don't pick up after themselves or their pets at the campground
Those that fly up to a lane closure and then expect everyone else to give way so they can merge into the open lane

That's the way they get ahead of all that traffic!
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Old 03-11-2016, 09:30 AM   #60
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Others are annoying...
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Another one I have is staying in a CG with a clearly posted designated dog walk area and people constantly walking up and down the streets letting their dogs poop and pee in everybody's campsites, and not picking up after them!
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Tailgaters. There is no need to ride 3 inches off my bumper unless you want to see me slow down to 15 mph.
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Idiots!!! IMO all of those described above fit well in the category.
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What's your "pet peeve" ?

Late, oh-dark-thirty CG arrivals that are in a frantic hurry. They do at least 30 in the 10mph park, hollar all thru set up, etc, etc, and leave their scare lights on all night. Then leave before sunrise in another hollering fury with scare lights still glowing. Most have 2 weeks to do a months worth of travel, are crabby the entire time, and may never know that new places and fun stuff is within one day of home, and that the Journey is the Destination.
Other than our sleep interruption, we are not angry, just sad that they choose to have such a stressful trip because they are determined to reach the "bridge too far".

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Late, oh-dark-thirty CG arrivals that are in a frantic hurry. They do at least 30 in the 10mph park, hollar all thru set up, etc, etc, and leave their scare lights on all night. Then leave before sunrise in another hollering fury with scare lights still glowing. Most have 2 weeks to do a months worth of travel, are crabby the entire time, and may never know that new places and fun stuff is within one day of home, and that the Journey is the Destination.
Other than our sleep interruption, we are not angry, just sad that they choose to have such a stressful trip because they are determined to reach the "bridge too far".

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Other than the speeding, the hollering, and the scare lights part, I sorta fit your description. Not by choice but still working full time and trying to go too far with too little time. We often arrive at a park late and leave early, and miss most of the local attractions. I can not yet say that "The journey is the destination", but admire those that do.
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My copilot who can get up to go to the bathroom any time she feels like it, but I have to wait until I can pull over and stop before going.
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Drivers at a busy gas station that start filling their vehicle then go inside to get their lunch/drinks or whatever and return well after the pump has stopped. + all of the above.
Also drivers that have the right of way and will not take it. I don't mean to always forcibly exert your right. I know courtesy is great but it is confusing and can be dangerous.
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tailgaters. There is no need to ride 3 inches off my bumper unless you want to see me slow down to 15 mph.
yes yes yes
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Old 03-11-2016, 11:32 AM   #69
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Tailgaters. There is no need to ride 3 inches off my bumper unless you want to see me slow down to 15 mph.
Then stay out of the fast lane!

I do know what you mean, I'm doing 68 in a 60, in the slow lane of a multi lane freeway and some guy is up my ass for multiple exits.

Go around me already!!
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Or even doing the posted speed limit and arrogantly refusing to budge. One never knows why the person behind you needs to go faster.

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That's one of mine. The other is someone in the left lane of the Interstate doing 8 to 10 mph below the posted limit.
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