My husband's driving skills. He insists he is a great driver and that I just get overly nervous because as a passenger, I can't see from his perspective. @@
I shoveled the driveway yesterday. After he pulled in, I had to go shovel again. Why, you ask? Did more snow fall? You might think so, but no. When he pulled in the drive, he did not actually stay on the pavement; he drove up into the yard and knocked the piled snow back onto the driveway.
Driving to dinner, husband got to the intersection where we plan to turn right (south). The light had just turned red, and the left turn lanes had a green arrow. There were no cars turning left, so he was clear to turn on red. He sat there until the green arrow turned yellow, then red, so now the southbound traffic had a green light. He barely squeezed in. Did I menton that his parents visiting from out of town were following us, and they got left behind? His excuse? "I wasn't turning left, so I wasn't paying attention to the lights."
He is also in the bad habit of stopping at intersections where only the cross traffic has a Stop or Yield sign (meaning he has the right of way). I tell him that is confusing for other drivers, but he says he'd rather not take his chances that people will actually stop when they are supposed to. Last night, he came to a stop sign, and a car crossing the intersection stopped too (no sign for them). My husband was confused and distraught; "what is this guy doing? He doesn't have a stop sign. Why is he stopped? What does he want me to do?!" I have to admit I was quite amused at how flustered he got when someone else behaved the exact same way he does!
P.S. I drove us home from the restaurant.