Just one time, keep track of how long it takes you when you're driving like the fucking Grand Prix or Grand Theft Auto or Super fucking Mario Kart or whatever, and then once, just once, drive close to the speed limit, and see how much of a difference it is. I understand all about driving at a certain rate of speed, usually a wee bit over the posted speed limit, to catch all the lights going down a street, but a lot of times I'm driving along, minding my own business, and I check the rear-view and I have some motorist on my ass and I look up and we're headed toward a red light two blocks away. Hey, annoying motorist, why you gotta be all tail-grabbin' my ass when we are both now in a position to see The Future in front of us, as in, Red Light, which means we should be slowing down, as in not speeding up? Why do people speed up for fucking red lights? Try looking farther than the car in front of you when you're driving, it's amazing how much more information you will get that helps you make decisions as to how you are piloting your 2-ton deathmobile.