Insure.com surveyed 2,000 drivers nationwide to find out who are rudeness drivers in the country. Many Mainers are cringing at the thought of those out-of-state drivers this summer. So which out-of-state drivers should we be most on the lookout for?
Last year in Maine there were more than 3,000 crashes and 12 deaths related to distracted driving. There is too much going on in vehicles. Originally, cars were used to get from here to there...no radios, no fast food and, certainly, no phones. There were crashes THEN!
When I first started driving a car at 16, I was taught that when a light is yellow, you should be stopping unless you're just about at or right under it. When your light turned red, the light in the opposite direction, simultaneously, turned green.