November 29, 2006 8:44pm CST
Having come from the North, I'm fairly adept at driving in snow, sleet rain, etc. so am a bit biased. Even though I learned to drive in the South, I remembered how it was done in severe weather. Okay, disclaimers aside, what the HECK is up with the drivers down here? I know it doesn't rain often and snows only about once every three years or so, but GET A GRIP. I swear that when it rains down here people run around like chickens with their heads cut off thinking to themselves "Oh my god! There is something FALLING from the SKY! The world is ENDING!" and then they go out and DRIVE with that mentality.
• United States
30 Nov 06
I know what you mean. A little change in the weather and oh my gosh, the sky is falling. It's like they've never driven in it before. Thats people all over tho, not just the south. I'm from the north and they do it here too.