Hoping I can convey the questions properly...
When you drive around in your area doing your shopping, commuting to work, going shooting, or whatever, are the other drivers generally going over the speed limit, under the speed limit, or mostly around the speed limit?
I grew up in this area and I have no idea if it's always been like this or if I only noticed it after I moved away and then back three years ago.
Drivers around here incredibly slow, inefficient, and stupid.
NO ONE goes the speed limit. It is always 2-15mph UNDER the speed limit. EVERYWHERE!!
If I commute from the town I live in to Moscow, which is 15 miles away on a 2-lane highway with a 60mph speed zone, it takes me 20 minutes.
There are very few passing areas on the highway, so I end up in a long line of cars going 50mph in a 60mph zone.
In town, it's maddening to watch people have no idea whose turn it is at a 4-way stop. Or refuse to turn right on red. Or wait a good 3-4 seconds after the light turns green to actually go.
I've lived in enough states and communities to know that there are bad drivers everywhere. In Iowa, it was similar to this area, but not quite as bad. But in the winter, there were an extreme amount of slide-offs and accidents. Not so here. I've seen maybe 5-6 accidents on my commute all winter. In Iowa, I'd see that many a day. I once drove from Des Moines to Grinnell, about 60 miles of flat, straight roadway. I counted 55 cars in the ditch.
In Arizona, everyone goes over the speed limit and are generally very aggressive and rude drivers. I saw road rage every time I drove to Home Depot about 3 miles away. I lived there for 7 years before moving here.
Maybe I'm just used to Arizona drivers now. I've seen 1-2 examples of road rage since moving here, and that has been awesome. But the slow driving is driving me nuts...
Regardless of where I live people seem to drive insanely Efing slow.