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Without even looking in my rearview mirror, I can actually tell when there is a red pickup truck behind me.
I can just FEEL the aggression, LOL.
Observe it some time: almost without exception, the drivers of red pickup trucks will be the most aggressive and immature drivers on the road.
They are the ones who "bird dog" you (drive right on your bumper, even when there are two lanes and they could easily go around you). They're the ones who drive like it's summertime when there is three feet of snow outside. They will pass you if it is the last thing they ever do. If you're going 100 mph, they will go 101 mph. It's the biggest relief when they just go ahead and pass you.
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