driving

When you’re married, you don’t have to do everything together. But there are times when it’s really nice to, and vacations are one of those times. That’s why Redditor sethborf tried to make sure his wife could come with him on his family’s vacation to the beach. However, she drops out, and gets mad at […] More
Having a designated driver is a smart and important part of a night out if other transportation options aren’t available. And for one person on Reddit, their willingness to always be the designated driver for their group of friends results in them getting free dinner out of the deal. But when another friend told them […] More

Shortly after I turned 21, I remember thinking it sort of odd that I could now actually drink in public and not get in trouble for it. I think it would have felt more exciting had I not grown up in a family where enjoying a drink during a social event was just not considered a very big deal.

By the time I was 21, I had already drank with relatives so being able to do so legally–at least in the United States–was not this life changing experience for me.

People shared their thoughts with us after Redditor IPlayBongos asked the online community,

"What feels illegal but isn't?"
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One always wants to be available to family when they’re in need of help. Particularly if family members are going through a hard time when extra help is all the more important. But what if giving that extra help just isn’t possible? Redditor Realistic-Effort-687 wanted to be there for their sister and niece after they […] More

There's something soothing about hitting the road and driving, driving, driving, sometimes to parts unknown, the wind in your hair and the sun in your eyes.

Long haul truckers know the roads best and they're used to an often solitary lifestyle. They often seem very self-assured, always knowing where they're going at any given moment.

But what happens when you see something while on the road that you think you shouldn't have? Things get downright weird, especially late at night.

Truckers shared their stories with us after Redditor CaptainGood7548 asked the online community,

"Truckers of Reddit, what was the weirdest thing you’ve ever experienced on the road?"
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