Hi everyone, As per title, I am here to find common opinion from our forum members(riding/driving any type of vehicle, including 4WD). Don't focus on 'one' specific event or 'one' 4WD driver, or yourself if you're a 4WD driver, just to avoid biased views. But from your collective lifetime experience, would you say 4WD Drivers in the cities are majority evil or saint, 'compared to' other road users? (OnlyPut a Yes> or No[-( in your reply and plus mention if you drive a 4WD) If you're having difficulty answering this, try to think about things like : -Do they 'normally' keep a safe distance in front of them 'compared to' other road users? -Do they, 'in general', avoid using overtaking lane when they are not overtaking anyone, when there is entire free lane next to them? -Do they 'easily' move away from overtaking lane(when it's safe to change lane) so others can go their pace? -Do they signal and 'make sure' there is enough space in front of you, before changing into your lane? -Do they drive at 'normal pace' (or suddenly speed up), when you signal and try to change into their lane? -'How often' did you witness a 4WD pulling a right hand turn when on coming vehicle has to brake to avoid running into them or vice versa? -Compared to regular vehicles, how often do they give way to the vehicle on their right, when entering round about? or you have to slow down and brake even when you have right of way? -Do they signal their intention before entering a round about? -How often do you see a 4WD driver actually applying defensive driving? (this time you were in the wrong, but 4WD in the right, but he/she avoided accident by slowing down, braking to avoid you, etc) -Do you believe that most of the 4WD drivers are indifferent to any road users, in terms of abiding road rules, sharing the road with others, etc? Again, this is not about one specific event or one specific driver, just your collective experience. Also, do tell if you drive a 4WD, I'm not targeting you, just trying to find fair public opinion here. Remember, this is about 4WD in the cities only, not in rural.