Editor's note: We just can't put this story to rest. The highways of Colorado are tough on Tuesday, and each
storm seems to bring some new additions to the list.
KUSA - Yes, it snows in Colorado, but once again, it seems like folks in Colorado have forgotten how to drive in it. You may have seen all nine of these drivers (plus many more) during your long commute.
Have your own type of drivers to add? Mention them in the comments!
Man grips steering wheel(Photo: Google)
The Steering Wheel Gripper
This driver is going 20 mph in the right lane. Just FYI: gripping your steering wheel for dear life won't keep you safer. Unless it's a blizzard, you can speed up to a safer pace.
Drivers on a snowy road(Photo: Getty Images)
The Right Lane Passer
You know the type. This is the driver who can't stand being trapped behind the steering wheel gripper, so he or she passes fast on the right, spraying snow on the poor, fearful driver left in the path.
Man scrapes off a windshielf(Photo: AFP/Getty Images)
The "I'm Too Cool to Clean-Off My Back Window" Driver
Either too cool or too lazy. You can't possibly see through the back window, don't delude yourself. Maybe that's why you're cutting in front of people. Take five minutes to clear it off next time.
Man sees a snowy hood(Photo: AFP/Getty Images)
The "Leave the Snow on your Hood" Driver
This driver is similar to the person above, but in this case, the snow eventually flies in the driver's face -- causing a slow-down or swerve while he or she feverishly gets their frozen window wipers going. Nice work, dude.
This seems like a viable way to drive (NOT!)(Photo: Shutterstock)
The "Squirt the Clogged Window Fluid" Person
Alright ... you had all summer and fall to make sure that your washer fluid is flowing the way it should, and you wait until now ... when it's shooting over the hood of your car in 0-degree weather?!
Check out that truck driver!(Photo: Getty Images)
The Brand New Truck Driver
Good for you! You got a brand new SUV over the warmer months. Does that give you the right to drive as fast and recklessly as you can? No. No it doesn't. Drive safely please, and keep the rest of us in mind.
Cars drive down a snowy highway(Photo: Getty Images)
The "I Don't Need To Use My Signals" Person
Go ahead. Merge into my lane. Really -- I wasn't using that space TO DRIVE. I'm happy to have you just turn your large vehicle in my direction. Really. It's fine. Go for it.
Man drives down a snowy road(Photo: Getty Images)
The "I'm Gonna Make My Own Lane" Driver
I can't see the white lines, so I'm going to pretend as though they don't exist. Go ahead, wayward driver, and make your own lane: the rest of us will just drive around you. It's fine, really.
Keep AT LEAST two car lengths between you and the car in front of you.(Photo: AFP/Getty Images)
The Aggressive Tailgater
Unless you're in labor, you're really not going to gain anything by getting on everyone's butt. Chill, dude. It's cold and snowy, and we're all running late, but more importantly ... we all want to get out alive.
Some of the many out-of-state license plates you see on Colorado roads.(Photo: Wikipedia)
The Out-of-State Plate Driver
California, Georgia, Texas, Kansas. We like to make you the scapegoat for the the rest of us, who have lived here through many snowy commutes (it makes us feel better... what can we say?). Keep trying -- you're getting better, despite that Broncos fan in the Ford who may have aimed an unsavory hand gesture in your direction.
Icicles hang from a stoplight(Photo: Getty Images)
The "Sixth Sense" Driver
This driver has the ability to see ghosts in the shape of green arrows. The green arrow "ghosts" usually hang out near traffic lights in the left-turn lane. This driver will turn left when the light turns green. We don't see a left-turn green arrow… but they do.
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