Why is sundays referred to the "slow driver day"so much?

@peanutjar (5211)
Canada
September 28, 2007 7:53am CST
How come on sunday when you go for a ride the traffic is slowly puutting along at a slow speed.Why has this day become a day known for "a sunday drive"?People go slower than normal,take in the scenery and take their time getting to the place they are going.What do you think about sunday driving?
2 responses
@bluishrose (2291)
• Philippines
28 Sep 07
I really dont know about you but when its sunday in my place there's no traffic and driving is a good time because only few are roaming around. Its considered a family day so everyone is at the house.
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@peanutjar (5211)
• Canada
29 Sep 07
I like sundays because all the transports that drive on the main road where we live are not there.Its more quiet and slow paced.:)
@dopey22girl (3324)
• United States
28 Sep 07
It doesn't really bother me. I think it's nice that there's at least one day out of the week where people can just relax and not be in a huge rush to get somewhere. Life goes by so fast...it's nice to take things slow sometimes.
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@peanutjar (5211)
• Canada
29 Sep 07
It doesnt bother me.Lately weve been taking our time when we go for a ride on sunday.Save gas and take in the scenery,but when you have someone infront of you going like 10 miles under the speed limit,well we just pass.lol:)