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  • Sharyland High 48 VS Valley View 6
    Final
  • Monte Alto 13 VS Corpus Christi John Paul II 58
    Final
  • Hidalgo 0 VS Rio Hondo 59
    Final
  • Brownsville Pace 14 VS La Joya Palmview 27
    Final
  • Mission Veterans Memorial 40 VS Roma 10
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  • Santa Maria 35 VS Benavides 7
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  • La Joya High 21 VS PSJA North 20
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  • Victoria East 34 VS McAllen High 31
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  • Progreso 6 VS Hebbronville 50
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  • Lyford 21 VS Grulla 34
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  • Bishop 49 VS La Villa 6
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  • Brownsville St. Joseph 12 VS Raymondville 17
    Final
  • Santa Rosa 20 VS Arnasas Pass 34
    Final
  • La Joya Juarez-Lincoln 13 VS Edcouch-Elsa 14
    Final
  • Eagle Pass Winn 14 VS Mission High 21
    Final

The Six Worst Kinds of Drivers, and the Five Worst Passengers

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Who are the worst drivers on the road? And no, you can’t say, “Every single person except me.”

Expedia just released their annual survey on bad driving and road rage, and they found the six worst types of drivers. Check ’em out . . .

  1.  Texters.
  2.  Tailgaters.
  3.  Slow drivers in the left lane.
  4.  People who drive slowly to take in the scenery.
  5.  Multitaskers.
  6.  People who drift between lanes.

The survey also found the five worst passengers . . .

  1.  Backseat drivers . . . they got more than half the vote.
  2.  Someone who refuses to help navigate.
  3.  Radio hogs.
  4.  People who fall asleep while you’re forcing yourself to stay awake to drive.
  5.  People who take off their shoes.

Here are a few more random results from the survey . . .

The majority of people say it’s worse trying to share the road with bad drivers than with bikers, runners, walkers, buses, and taxis combined.

97% of people believe THEY’RE careful drivers . . . but only think 29% of OTHER people are.

Also, more hypocrisy on that front . . . 61% of us admit to speeding, and 29% admit to tailgating.

26% of us have yelled at another driver . . . 17% have given the finger . . . and 4% have gotten out of their car to confront someone.