On your commutes?
On weekends/ late nights?
I have to rush job to job in a work truck and I haul ass. GMC 2500 with a 6.0L V8. It's no slouch.
1- old grandma
3 - go with the flow of traffic
6 Fast off line, fast corners, but well within your cars limit, and your capabilities
8 HARD ACCELERATION, CORNERS FAST IN, FAST OUT. LATE BRAKING. Borderline wreckless
10 -Grand Theft Auto 5 stars status
I'm in no hurry so I don't speed, but I have no tolerance for morons that can't figure out merging/yielding/lane changes, so I drive in the wrong lane, on the sidewalk, over median islands, or whatever else I need to do pretty often.
On work commutes I do 10~ over the limit unless stuck in traffic. I try to get around slow drivers, or drivers I can tell are incompetent cunts (lane drifting, clearly looking at their phones, erratic speeds). So usually a 3-6.
On evening weekend commutes it depends on where I'm going, how far it is, and whether or not I have people with me. Usually a 5-7.
Once every few months I'll have a fucking 10 moment of like spiritual clarity where I will literally #racecar my way from A to B.
If I had a sportier car I'd drive more aggressively when traffic allowed, but I think its extremely rare for me to drive unsafely regardless of how enthusiastic I'm being.
i'm usually in no rush, so it's generally around 3 or 4. I never make an effort to specifically stick to the speed limit and just drive a speed that's not dangerous and enjoable.
however, when i'm driving deliveries, i drive considerably faster.
when i drive for the bakery, it'd be at around 7, since hard accelaration and late braking is deadly to any kind of cake or pie that you have in the back of the transporter.
when i drive i'm usually beyond at 8 or even 9. Mostly dependent on traffic, but when there is none, i don't mind running a red or a few and driving double the speed limit. however, i always watch out for other drivers and pedestrians, so that only those who get pissed at everything get pissed.
muh delivery times
3-4 in town because I have a good reputation to uphold and word spreads quick between 800 people.
6-8 in the city and on the highway because fuck errybody and I got a piece to finish what an uppity fuck starts.
pretty much my entire driving life.
recently got a new car, has a mpg meter. realized if I dont drive like an asshat I can get 42mpgs.
now I drive the goddamn speed limit or 5 above my 70 mile round trip commute to work.
98% of all traffic passes me except semi
feels so much more relaxing. I dont have to yell, and pop a vein at cunts huggin the left lane.
With passengers: 3
With eurobeat: 11
3-4 when commuting. I just get in the left lane and follow the guy ahead of me.
7-8 in the canyons, hard but with a decent margin of error and not driving my car to death.
Obviously 10 on the track.
About a 6 unless I'm in a neighborhood, then I'm a 2.
That's really the beauty of the miata, I'm only going 10 over in a 45 but it feels plenty fast, especially when you fly around corners at green lights. It's just so light and fun. I'm actually kind of worried that it won't be as fun once I get a turbo because it will be too fast to drive like I do every day.
On commutes... between 1-3. Late at night though it's between 6-8.
>TFW live in the mountains
>TFW people from Florida don't understand what a corner is
>TFW no one is out after 10 tho
Even if I floored it everywhere I went, my suburban would only be at a 5 compared to a decent car.
On the upside, its easier to push the limits of its grip at the speed limit since its so heavy and the tires are so skinny. It sounds great either way.
On country roads: 6-7. I give my shitbox plenty of throttle out of the corners but it's still pretty slow. I also go faster through corners than an average driver.
In town and on highway: 4. I accelerate faster than most cars from stoplights but don't speed much
On my motorcycle on country roads: 8. It's too easy to go fast.
Driving with 99-year-old grandma onboard ==> 1 to 3
Driving with family onboard ==> 3
Driving with girlfriend onboard ==> 3 to 6
Driving by myself ==> 4 to 7
Showing off car's capabilities to girlfriend's family on nigh-abandoned highway ==> 9
Usually a 3 or a 4. I don't mind putting along with traffic with the radio on. Was 10 the other day, but I had to get my mom to the hospital since one of her stupid dogs ripped her arm open. doing 85 in a 35 in Michigan is a little scary in the winter. Especially in a pick up.
I would say 6 but I drive a miata
In the least I'm not granny shifting and double clutching like I should
>tfw you drive with eurobeat all the time
I don't recommend this
I guess about a 4 in my truck. No weird boy racer shit I'm just kind of aggressive in traffic, in the interest of safety really.
Then I get on my bike and scream around at 120mph all day long. Secretly I can't wait to crash and die.
In my old farm truck, 3-4.
When I ride street/dirt mixed in my dirtbike to sneak around town, 10
If its someone else's car, 4. Maybe 6 if they ask.
If I own the vehicle and there's nobody I care about inside it, I rate myself a 13 (War Boy). I will happily plow off the highway doing 80 into a grassy field to do some donuts at 3 in the morning.
I have adhd.
almost lost my license last month by accidently being a 9/10 :(
good thing nepotism and corruption is rampant in my country heh.
most of the time i control myself and drive like the nicest person you will ever meet 2 or 3 out of 10.
I have passengers: 2
No passengers: 6
I'm blasting Eurobeat: 10
6 but slow off the line
I react late to things near me and early to things far away
and when going fast only really focus on corner exit
>go with the flow of traffic
I can not stand that
only done if there is no other choice or if I'm very sleepy
>HARD ACCELERATION, CORNERS FAST IN, FAST OUT. LATE BRAKING. Borderline reckless
I'm a rubbish driver so cant go 8 without spinning out or gently sailing into a bush
I go 10 over, stay in the right most of the time. Depending on the time of day or if I'm not in a hurry I'll stick to the right doing the speed limit. I drive an autotragic shitbox so who would I be trying to impress driving fast?
I don't know honestly. I just drive and depending on my mood I pick a style. I only drive like a madman at night. During the day I never go 20 above the limit in the city and 30 above on the highway. I guess between a 4&9.
About a 7-8
I drive an '02 Focus SVT, so it never really gets out of control for me. I do drive it crazy, though. E-brake drifts around some corners, accelerating to speed limit (+10) as fast as possible, etc.
Now I'm like a 6-7, but up until about 2 years ago I was a solid 9. Visit with the popo curbed my enthusiasm, I don't wanna fuck up my future with some retarded charge.
Plus my new vehicle is a RAV4, I would be kill if I drove it the same way I drove my old shitbox.
>tfw have to slow down to a reasonable speed to take corners
>tfw every automatic safety feature prevents me from getting even slightly hektik
>deletes his post because I made fun of him
I'm usually a three on my work truck being an E150 loaded with a V6 rather than the usual V8.
>No reason to make the hamsters work any harder than they have to.
On my car though, it ranges from three to six depending on my mood and if anyone is with me but leaning towards six on most days.
>Go gerbils go!
But if I'm a foul mood for whatever reason, I'm pushing an eight.
>Fuck you gerbils, go faster and everyone else: Get the hell out of my way!
Late night 8-9 never take it past a certain limit I set for myself though, and if anything looks sketchy I avoid doing it(wet roads on big sweeping turns ect)
lowest would be 2 and highest is 7, generally 3-4
7 when I'm in going fast on winding roads and doing skids in the rain, 2 when I'm driving my car while it warms up. I'll normally keep with traffic or if it's light enough filter though at 5-10 mph faster.
We need more people like this.
^ I used to be this.
Due to stupidity of the local law enforcement in a town far away; I am too afraid to go over a 2 for leisure or 3 for a rush. I like being able to drive my car far more than driving like ass.
It leads to use of 4-wheel drifting and heavy track-only maneuvers. Also double clutching every fuqqing shift while heel-toeing every tight turn.
but if anybody is around, the eurobeat is turned off... for safety.
I pretty much always give it at least 1/4 throttle off the lime, I just can't accelerate like a geriatric fuck like most people even when I'm the only car on the road. My time is valuable, I'd rather burn a bit of extra gas and get there way the fuck faster than sit there crawling to every light.
I usually brake late and hard but idgaf cuz that $7 brake pad, $50 rotors life. Almost every corner gets the Scandinavian flick in winter because shitty tires and FWD. I only drive slowly in crowded areas and school zones and when the road conditions warrant it .
Nobody should ever be going "Georgian BWM street drifting" mode on public streets.
When I want to save gas and normal commuting? Most of the time I'm a 3.
Coming home on Friday nights? 8. Got a lot of fun, windy, hilly roads here in Wisconsin. Went 90 in a 35 today, no cops, no other drivers. I just wish that I had a manual and not that 5 speed Toyota slushbox.
I'm from /mu/.
Here's a small list of music to drive recklessly to. I have done it before. I got a ticket.
Walls - I Can't Give You Anything But Love
Akira OST - Kaneda Theme
Holden - Idiot
Kavinsky - 1986