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{the voice of the road}

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PlateWire is a public repository and electronic forum of drivers by drivers. Using a drivers license plate, commuters can communicate their thoughts and feelings in regards to driving on today's roadways.

Award a good driver for their good deed Award
flag or warn a bad driver of their bad action Flag
notify a driver of a physical danger or hazard with their vehicle Hazard
send a flirtacious message to a driver you liked Wink

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Award Flag Wink Hazard

To "Award" a driver, is to say thanks to a driver for showing courtesy and thoughtfulness.

To "Flag" a driver, is to warn a driver of his/her rude and/or careless behavior that you have witnessed.

To "Wink" at a driver, is to send a flirtacious message to a driver you've encountered.

To "Hazard" a driver is to warn them of a physical hazard that their vehicle exhibits.

DDD 2009

Following distance

First off, this is my first entry and probably the first of many so id like to say hi and hopefully im in the right forum with people who are actually intelligent enough to dress themselves in teh morning because im going to have some stories of some real idiots and I would just hate to offend In regards to my title of following distance, Ill first establish credibility in that I am an engineer with a Mensa certified IQ of 138. My brain processes information quickly and I have absolutely zero tolerance for lack of intelligence and selfishness. With that being said, anyone who needs more than 2 car links between them and the car in front of them AT ANY TIME should be in the far right lane texting or putting on makeup or whatever people do over there who are experiencing separation anxiety from their helmet and crayons. I was behind this idiot this morning on my way to work and she had probably 3 car links between her and the cars in front of her and every time someone would pull in front of her, she would throw her hands in the air....really???, you cant tell that your reaction time is that of a snail on a salt bed in alaska? Pretty simple, you give ANYONE any room to pass and the smarter ones will see this as a way out every time. Dont blame the rest of the world for your lack of intelligence and inability to follow someone properly. This blog is mainly to complain about people who are selfish and will go 10-15 mph while texting in rush hour bumper to bumper traffic...leaving maybe 12-15 car links in front of them. They seem to tink that since the line isnt moving much, then why should they be concerned with moving up behind the next car? Even though lanes on all sides are passing them like theyre sitting still...well let me inform you morons of a little thing called 3rd grade math...we will start off with only the 3 cars in front of you...youve follwed them for a few miles, you can see their strengths and weaknesses and who you can or cant trust, then someone else pulls in theres a new variable added to the equation...someone else you have to wait for in order for you to advance. Repeat this over and over and youll add alot of time to your commute, not to mention piss off anyone who is behind you with at least a 6th grade education. I was taight that at no time in my life am I allowed to affect anyones schedule but my own and anyone who does so is a selfish prick...its a shame not many more people actually got the same memo.

Tuesday, March 06, 2012


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