Taxi drivers deal with all sorts of people, day in and day out.

Normally, their fares are just regular Joes and Janes on their way home or to their jobs or to a restaurant to meet their friends. Maybe they take people to the airport or the bus station while they're at it.

Then there are the times that people jump in, rushing all the while, and order them to gun it, adding some excitement to their shifts.

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Every healthy relationship requires mutual caring to remain happy and successful. This includes reciprocated emotions, but also shared responsibilities, pointed out the “Am I the A**hole?” (AITA) subReddit. But Redditor throwawaydrivingl7 wasn’t ready to accept that when his birthday came around. Instead of listening when he received a gift that hinted at something his girlfriend needed from […] More

Driving places has become such an integral part of American life—I guess unless you happen to live in a city that has a decent public transit system—that it's no wonder people have some strongly-held opinions about the practice.

Let's face it, if you drive and especially if you've driven for a while, you know that driving isn't what it used to be.

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Being a truck driver sounds like a difficult task. As someone who doesn't drive, I can't imagine operating one of those big sixteen wheelers, so I have mad respect for those that do. Not to mention the fact that truck drivers barely get to sleep, and have to be on top of it at all hours of the day.

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I drove all night to get to you. I love that song. Originally sung by the Cyndi Lauper and then covered by theee Celine Dion. And I love to listen to that song while driving, at night, preferably while experiencing heartbreak, as is my masochistic nature. I'm often struck by how busy life can be at night when one is just putzing around behind the wheel. Oh things one can witness when the sun takes a slumber.

Redditor u/Suspicious_Ad7948 wanted to discuss what happens when driving by the moon. So they asked... [SERIOUS] When driving at night, what is the scariest/most unexplainable thing you've ever seen?
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