Guzzman's right !
All of the above includes most of what I see everyday. I ride close to 300miles a week, maybe 130miles commuting and the rest is pleasure riding and people drive differently at different times of the day...
Morning Rush: Most common bad habits include: Texting, Phone calls, Playing with radio/CD player/iPod, Moving INTO your way as you're about to filter or have filtered and they try to stop you getting into lane, Make-up, Hair, And a general bad driving style or not paying attention to the road.
10-2.30ish: The standard of driving improves by miles and I will rarely see someone being an ass between these hours. Most people are considerate and understand that you want to travel faster than them so don't speed up on straights to try and stop you overtaking.
Afternoon Rush: Pretty much the same as the Morning Rush, however most drivers go faster, brake later, and seem to want to hit you off as opposed to pushing into the other side of the road. I once got rammed from behind by a driver who got impatient with me for doing the speed limit +10%.....
As Guzzman says.....: What really frustrates me is car drivers slowing down, pulling into the curb, indicating, and then watching you and not them. I feel it is unsafe to overtake when they do that, mainly because they fail to notice an oncoming vehicle, but also because if they don't start to pay attention to what THEY are doing, then they will have an accident and take me with them.
I think it's fair to say that 60% of road users don't pay enough attention to the road. They either fail to notice I'm behind them even when I have high beems on, swerve around the place, don't indicate, hog middle/outside lanes, and just simply drive badly