Do These 5 Types Of Tri-Cities Drivers Drive You Nuts?

We've all been there. You're driving along, minding your own business, when some idiot cuts you off or tailgates you, or does something else to tick you off.

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It's enough to make you want to pull your hair out sometimes.

But you're not alone—we've all been there. In fact, there are certain types of drivers that just tend to get under our skin here in Tri-Cities Washington. 

I'd like to throw some shade on those drivers that'll dead stop at a roundabout even when there are no other vehicles around. It's a yield sign folks!

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We've decided to have some fun with you and break up Tri-Cities drivers into five different categories and let's see if you recognize it.

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Here are five of them.

5 Types of Drivers That Tick Us Off in Tri-Cities Washington

Avoid these five types of drivers in Tri-Cities Washington, they'll drive you crazy!

These are just a few of the types of drivers that tend to get under our skin. Did we miss any?

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Let us know in the comments! And next time you find yourself getting ragey behind the wheel, just remember—you're not alone! We've all been there before.

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