Frank Borelli Editor-in-Chief Officer.com As I sat trying to figure out what this blog should be about I got a phone call from a buddy of mine in Los Angeles.Â His truck had died on his way to work and he was sitting at a traffic light with his four-way flashers on.Â In spite of the hood being up and his flashers being on, people were still pulling up behind him without noticing that he was broken down.Â He identified this as his pet peeve: people who are so oblivious to what's going on that they sometimes cause more problems than they avoid or solve.Â This led me to think about my pet peeves and which one bugs me most. As a police officer I have seen plenty of stupid driving maneuvers: people who make right-hand turns out of the left lane; people who pass other drivers on the shoulder of the road; people who back up on exit ramps.Â These are just a few examples of things drivers do that are not only unsafe and inconsiderate but can often be qualified as just plain stupid. But what stupid driver action absolutely aggravates me most?Â Hmmm... I guess it would have to be the talking-on-my-cell-phone-eating-while-I-try-to-drive individual.Â Inevitably these folks go ten to twenty miles below the speed limit and have a hard time keeping their vehicle in a single lane.Â When someone actually honks at them in the hopes of avoiding an accident, the preoccupied driver has the audacity to look at the honker as if THEY did something wrong.Â After all, don't we all know that THEY own the road? What else... how about the uninsured motorist driving down the road on a suspended or revoked license who gets upset when their car is impounded?Â Of course, this usually occurs after they've caused another accident while driving illegally. So, I ask you the readers:Â What's YOUR traffic enforcement / driving pet peeve?Â I encourage you to be polite in your responses (watch your language) but share what ticks you off.