Do you have to drive miles in bumper to bumper traffic each day?

I am so sick of it that at times I feel like I just can't take it anymore! Bad drivers, rude drivers, lousy stinking road construction that never ends.

Best Answer:

Jamie: You are 65+. If you are not retired, do it. Once retired you don't need that heavy traffic crap any more.

Back when I did heavy traffic I …
(1) work commute was 3.7 miles one way or less for the last 35 years.
(2) driving the company van I was getting $30/hr. Stuck in traffic didn't bother me at all.
(3) if caught stuck in traffic, couldn't get back to the company garage in time, I got paid $45/hr overtime.
… and mostly …
(4) I rode a motorcycle in La La Land — waved at the cagers as I rode past them.

Bottom Line — it is *STUPID* to do that "bumper to bumper traffic" crap.

Other answer:

Jamie:
Nope.

I'm not silly enough to live in a big city.

Sometime I have to give way to logging truck or a tractor as I pull out on to the main road. That's what's classed as Heavy Traffic in these parts.

John:
NO….i 'm in the country,,….No traffic Here
spacemissing:
You should live closer to where you work.