6 Types of Drivers You See On The Road in Nova Scotia
1.THE NEW DRIVER
These drivers can sometimes be mistaken for drunk drivers but they may just be New Drivers! Steer clear and give them space on the road. You may notice them driving extremely slow or fast, swerving in and out of lanes and a behaviour of general confusion when it comes to navigation.
2. THE ANGRY PICKUP TRUCK DRIVER
These drivers are more prone to road rage. They see themselves as the boss of the road. Avoid them, especially at rush hour. Angry Pickup Truck Drivers also seem to enjoy displaying their middle finger and creating their own parking spaces.
3. THE GRANNY DRIVER
This is one of the most common drivers. They don’t need to be an actual Grandma to be a Granny Driver. They typically drive 10 mph below the limit and take about 15 minutes to turn a corner. You don’t want to get stuck behind them!
4. THE ROCK STAR
Have you ever looked over and seen another driver dancing, air guitaring and faux drumming away? You have witnessed the Rock Star Driver. These drivers are not a threat so long as they keep their eyes on the road and their hands on the wheel but they’re pretty entertaining.
5. THE “YOUR LIFE DOESN’T MATTER” DRIVER
These are the distracted ones. You’ve probably seen these drivers a lot. Common traits include texting, fixing their appearance, eating their dinner or even FaceTiming while driving. Look out for these the “Your Life Doesn’t Matter” Drivers.
6. THE KIND DRIVER
You CAN be too nice when it comes to driving. The Kind Driver is so busy letting others in at lights and roundabouts it takes them forever to get anywhere. That coworker that’s always late? It could very well be due to “kind driving.”