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Reader: Does Denver Driver's Ed Teach You to Merge 20 MPH Slower Than Everyone's Going?

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Our post offering ten theories on why Front Range drivers are terrible triggered a huge response from commenters. Some felt local drivers were better, or at least no worse, than those in many other metro areas around the country, while others added to the criticism of locals behind the wheel. Here's an example of the latter.

See also: Photos: Ten Theories on Why Front Range Drivers are Terrible

Jake Becker writes:

I've never been anywhere where ppl drive this bad. I'm not from here so someone tell me. Do they not have drivers ed? Or teach ppl to drive under the speed limit and merge 20 mph slower than anyone? It doesn't surprise me. I see an accident nearly every day. Dumbasses!

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For more memorable takes, visit our Comment of the Day archive.

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