Sponsored Video: What kind of driver are you?

I don’t know if it is because I am currently pregnant and being extra careful when driving, but I seem to be noticing more how idiotic some drivers are (either that or the standard of driving is generally deteriorating!)
Now I am not saying I am the perfect driver; after 14 years I can still make mistakes. But I am finding myself getting increasingly frustrated these days which could be due to the hormones!! Take the other day for example, I was at a mini roundabout and it was my right of way. A car pulls out in front of me and gives me an evil look as though it was MY fault? Excuse me?!
So from a normally chilled out driver I am turning into one who gets so irritated quickly that I won’t hesitate to use the horn and make my frustration known. Did you know that 63% of Brits admit to sounding their horn, 53% flash their lights and more than one in five (22%) will shout or swear in response to other drivers’ bad behaviour? I must admit I fit into all three of those percentages!
So what kind of driver are you?!
Quotemehappy.com have launched a new campaign, where you are invited to discover your driving personality. Check out the video below; I am sure you will recognise yourself in at least one of the drivers!
If you like the video you can get involved in the campaign by liking Quotemehappy on Facebook or follow @Quotemehappy on Twitter.

Disclaimer: This post has been sponsored by Quotemehappy.com, but all thoughts are my own.

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  • I learnt driving as soon as I turned 18 but the traffic is so unruly that it is a challenging task to take out a car on the road. It's as if everyone has their own set of rules on the road. What's most annoying is the fact that if a female is driving and something happens then it naturally becomes her fault. Driving is not as enjoyable as we presume it to. 🙁