My friend Kate spends a lot of time on the road for her job at Cunningham Security. She shared with me the five kinds of drivers that drive her crazy. (And they might make you crazy, too.)

These kinds of drivers all seem to come out anytime there is a snowstorm or there's just a bunch of snow on the ground. Frankly, you've probably seen them before but they just become really obvious when all that fresh powder is out there.

Have you run into one of these? Are you one of these? Can you guess which one I might be?

If you do find yourself out on the road, be careful out there. Much better to be safe than sorry.

Here's a quick rundown of the types of drivers you'll see out there in the Maine snow.

Look Out for These 5 Kinds of Drivers in Maine Snow

Is there a category that you noticed not listed? By all means, share with us. We're sure there are more types of drivers that are standout during the winter months.

Either way, watch out for them!

Oh, and by the way, if you need to know if you even need to go out for the day, you can be sure to check out the latest cancellations and closings, courtesy of WGME 13, due to the most recent storm by clicking the button below.

 

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Read on to explore the cost of gas over time and rediscover just how much a gallon was when you first started driving.

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