Winter brings out the "best" in the SUV drivers that think they're invincible. Had to drive from the Chicago area to Des Moines, IA about ten years ago - the day after a major snowstorm. Couldn't drive 1/10th of a mile without seeing some big truck, SUV, or car in the ditch. Thought about counting them in Iowa but got bored around 300 in the first 20 miles or so.
My big traffic "pet peeve" is the A's & I's on the "crotch rockets". I'll see one or many times a bunch, on a crowded interstate, coming up behind me at 125 MPH or more, bobbing and weaving and "popping wheelies" through traffic. Wife will get mad at me when I see them and start to root for the light pole or sign post as they blow by me. As long as no one else gets hurt, I figure it's just part of natural selection and improving the gene pool.
That's winter up here too. Fewer cars in the ditch as we're more used to heavy snow, but the ones that do wind up in the ditch are buried pretty deep. But some days they pile up - there was a 100-car pileup
just south of me on the first day of spring this year. It was caused by a couple of drivers that figured they could drive 20% over the maximum speed limit in the middle of a blizzard. You'd figure that after 5 months of snow people would know better, but I guess you just can't fix stupid.
But then, a lot of popular "child-rearing experts" have been telling us for decades to raise our kids' self-esteem till they think they can be 10 feet tall and bulletproof. Looks like our current "Age of Entitlement" is still no match for the laws of physics, though.