We all have a few pet peeves when we drive, some a few more than others. The National Research Center polled almost 900 American drivers and asked them to rank their most common complaints on a score of one to 10 -- where one means "does not annoy you at all" and 10 means "annoys you tremendously" -- So here are the top 20 driving pet peeves and their scores:

  1. Texting on a cell phone while driving: 8.9 out of 10
  2. Able-bodied drivers parking in handicapped spaces: 8.7
  3. Tailgaters: 8.4
  4. Drivers who cut you off: 8.3
  5. Speeding and swerving in and out of traffic: 8.2
  6. Taking up two parking spaces: 7.7
  7. Talking on a cell phone while driving: 7.6
  8. Not letting you merge into a lane: 7.6
  9. Not dimming high beams when approaching: 7.6
  10. Not using turn signals: 7.5
  11. Slow drivers dawdling in the passing lane: 7.3
  12. Jaywalkers stepping in front of your car: 7.3
  13. Excessive horn honking: 7.1
  14. Slowing down to "rubberneck" at accidents: 7.0
  15. Not turning on headlights when it's raining or at dusk: 6.8
  16. Drivers who are indecisive about when to turn: 6.6
  17. Slow drivers on a two-lane road who won't pull over: 6.5
  18. Not going when the light turns green: 6.1
  19. Bicyclists who don't let you by: 5.8
  20. Cranking up the radio volume: 5.7

So what are some of the West Michigan drivers pet peeves?