Just wanted to start a poll/discussion about fellow Mac users driving styles. Which one applies most to you? Anybody that cares about driving doesn't drive an SUV Average Lazy Driver - Does not particularly enjoy driving or hates driving. Follows most traffic laws and sometimes get passed or honked at by other drivers. Just wants to get to a destination. It doesn't matter what they drive as long as it works. Relaxed Driver - Follows most traffic laws and likes to listen to nice tunes in the car while driving. Occasionally exceeds the speed limit when there is an open road ahead. Generally doesn't mind driving, sometimes a drive seems like the perfect thing to relax and get away. Average Defensive Driver - Follows all traffic laws to the best of their ability. Looks out for the well being of their passengers as well as themselves. Safety is the most important thing on their mind while driving. Average Aggressive Driver - May break a few traffic laws in order to get somewhere more quickly. The driver that isn't afraid to pass somebody that is driving slow. American-Style Enthusiastic Driver - Likes to feel the rush of acceleration and the low rumble of a meaty V6 or V8 exhaust note. Drives their car modestly until a straight open road appears, at this point their foot suddenly goes to the floor and the world starts to disappear into a blur as a gallon of gas is suddenly converted into green house gases. Whether its a 3.5l V6 Camry or a 4.6l V8 Mustang, the thrill comes from within the engine directly to the heart. European-Style Enthusiastic Driver - Likes to feel like they have a direct connection to their car as they handle a bend down a curvy road. A firm suspension and responsive steering may be required but nothing is better than the mutual relationship you and the car have, whether its a 1.8l Astra or a 5.0L BMW M6. Spirited Driver - Likes to feel acceleration and the curves in the road -all the time. Isn't afraid to pass somebody and likes to cruise above the speed limit. Constantly needs open road ahead and doesn't like being confined behind a convoy of vehicles. Feels a direct connection to the car no matter what it is and gets a tingly feeling in their stomach when they start a car for the first time. You love to drive and you love cars. An Epic Driver- Lives for acceleration and the curves in the road -all the time. Always gets no better than half the rated fuel economy of the vehicle driven. The sound of an engine revving gives a tingly sensation that cannot be described. The road, the car, and driving are all that consume your thought processes. The state gave me a license?!- It may be a high-end European car, American Muscle car, soulless FWD mid-size car, econobox, or a rust bucket - it doesn't matter as long as it is a car. Will make the best of it with what they are driving. It may be a Buick Road master, but its been thrown around a corner faster than Jeremy Clarkson can his Ford GT. Instead of getting visual "upgrades" for their car, they bought the stage 3 kit for their SRT-4 so they could take out M6s and Corvettes. After all, going out in an SRT-4 at 170+ MPH in a giant fireball would be better than going out from natural causes.