Be honest.

How many times have you been stuck behind someone going well below the speed limit but it's impossible to pass? For me, it's constant.

I use the phrase "going for a Sunday drive" far too often when referring to drivers who are oblivious to the growing traffic behind them.

For me, one road comes to mind. If you've ever driven in Acushnet, then you know I'm talking about South Main Street.

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It's one of the worst roads to get stuck on, especially since the speed limit is only 30 mph and the roadside is filled with "Do Not Pass" signs.

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Don't get me wrong. I'm not condoning irresponsible driving or speeding, just letting some frustration off my chest.

I always find myself stuck behind someone going below the speed limit when I am running late. Yes, that's on me for poor time management, but Murphy's Law (what can go wrong will go wrong) never fails.

All I'm saying is that Main Street isn't where to take a relaxing drive. The same goes for these roads below. Chances are you've been victim to a Sunday driver on at least one of your commutes.

Did I miss any backroads or highways that are a pain in the buns to be stuck behind a slow driver? Let me know your thoughts at and I'll be happy to update this list.

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