18 Signs Driving Isn’t For You

Baby, you can drive my car. No seriously, I don’t think I can do it anymore.

1. You constantly find yourself overwhelmed by your surroundings.

2. You’ve been the recipient of one of these notes.

3. Your road rage has become a serious problem.

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4. And sitting in any kind of traffic is the bane of your existence.

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5. You’ve gotten your fair share of tickets.

Parking tickets, speeding tickets — they all start to blend together.

6. And you haven’t gotten any better at trying to talk yourself out of them.

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Is there a problem “ociffer?”

7. Trying to keep up with all of the mirrors attached to your vehicle gives you a headache.

8. You aren’t the best when it comes to using your brakes.

9. Merging onto the freeway causes SO MUCH STRESS.

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10. Changing lanes is not your strong suit.

11. You’ve been the cause of at least one accident in your life.

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12. You daydream about what it would be like to have a personal driver.

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13. Whoever drives with you is always scared to be there.

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14. You stress out when you have to take the multiple choice test when you renew your license.

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15. You freeze whenever you see a cop because you just assume you’re already doing something wrong.

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16. Every time you get gas you think of all the things you could be buying instead.

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Like an Orange Mocha Frappuccino.

17. You find yourself researching cities with mass amounts of public transportation in case of a move.

(Or for a reason to move.)

18. But in your heart you know you’ll probably never escape your need for a car.

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