The driver who wants others to get out of their way.

1. The Director - ESTJ

Driving Style: The part-time Road Rager and Back Seat Driver depending on the situation.

The Director has an extreme amount of pent up anger that may be released as road rage. They are likely to yell at whomever cuts them off.

E Hunter™ role play of this pattern:

"Hey, get out of the fcuking way. I’m late for work. I don't give a stuff if it’s a red light. I don't know red lights. I only know green. Just get the fcuk out of my way!"

Pithy Portrayals from the experienced Sir Clippit Wing™:

Five kmh above the speed limit, breaks harshly, tailgates in the inner city.

E Hunter™ comment:

You may find the experience a bit unnerving if they are driving and you will be criticised for sure if you are the driver.

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The driver who goes right off when overtaken.

2. The Developer - ENTJ

Driving Style: The Sudden Road Rager and Back Seat Driver.

The one who has mapped out in their mind the most efficient way to get to every place.

E Hunter™ role play of this pattern:

"Hey you! How dare you go faster than me! I’ll make you write off your car right now! I’m never overtaken by anybody! You piece of ess, aitch, one tee! Now, get this. BAM!!"

Pithy Portrayals from the experienced Sir Clippit Wing™:

Kind of fast, thoughtful, rule abiding 80% of the time unless extremely angry.

E Hunter™ comment:

You may justifiably be shaken by their aggression. If you are driving, they will offer unsolicited and unwanted advice.

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The lead foot driver.

3. The Results - ESTP

Driving Style: The Speedster and Dragster.

The one who drives 120 kph in a 45 kph zone.

E Hunter™ role play of this pattern:

"Hey you! Take the steering wheel. I’ll be chilling right behind you burning some weed. Did you hear me?"

Pithy Portrayals from the experienced Sir Clippit Wing™:

Drives like it's the Indy 500, pretty coordinated, speeds eagerly (when its safe) drives any car as if it is a sports car.

E Hunter™ comment:

Fasten your seat belts securely at all times. These are the ultimate risk takers.

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The driver who speeds if they are late.

4. The Inspirational - ENTP

Driving Style: Swaps between Dreamer, Speedster and Road Rager.

The one also likely to backseat drive and argue with the driver about how they are doing it all wrong.

E Hunter™ role play of this pattern:

"Hey, what do you mean I sped up? Let me see the speedo. Hey, look. It’s broken, you see? Just leave me alone. I've got no time. I’ll be late for work. Adios!"

Pithy Portrayals from the experienced Sir Clippit Wing™:

Sometimes drives like a professional, sometimes who knows if you'll survive (a curved ball on steroids).

E Hunter™ comment:

Prepare for the debate while motoring.

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The driver who can suddenly get energised.

5. The Persuader - ENFJ

Driving Style: Texter.

The one who once 'cried' that one time someone tooted the horn at them.

E Hunter™ role play of this pattern:

"Oh, how bad is that? How did you get hurt? I’ll be right there for you. I’m in my car and I'll see you in 15 minutes. I used to fly in my car from Sydney to Melbourne in half an hour. From Frankston to East Melbourne, it’s nothing. I’ll speed up a bit today. Just hang in there. I’m coming!"

Pithy Portrayals from the experienced Sir Clippit Wing™:

Drives fast but pretty careful most of the time, but is a slightly emotional driver when under stress, finds themselves stuck in traffic jams a lot.

E Hunter™ comment:

On their way to interfere! As a passenger, will issue instructions about opening windows, air conditioning settings, directions etc. They just have the gift of the gab and can be very annoying. They are actually a very steady driver, especially so prior to the invention of the smartphone.

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The driver who offers lifts.

6. The Appraiser - ESFJ

Driving Style: Swaps between Texter, Grandma and Back Seat.

The one who probably drives an SUV and is basically always carpooling and driving someone somewhere.

E Hunter™ role play of this pattern:

"Hey, honey. I’m returning from Coles. I’m driving now and just cannot see anything as the car is full of the groceries. We have a party tomorrow and do you want to take some of my groceries from my car so I can drive home. You may want to bring a Hilux,otherwise it may not help!"

Pithy Portrayals from the experienced Sir Clippit Wing™:

Is slightly fast, slightly jerky, tries their best to follow the rules but gets distracted while talking and singing.

E Hunter™ comment:

They are actually extremely safe, despite the commentary shown here.

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The Driver who suddenly and frequently changes lanes.

7. The Promoter - ENFP

Driving Style: Swaps between Texter and Dreamer.

The one likely to cause a crash by aggressively changing lanes at the last moment because they saw a sign for something cool on one of the exits.

E Hunter™ role play of this pattern:

"Hey, uh… I was like… a little daydreaming while I was texting on the phone and I know the volume was a little loud and I didn’t notice the car coming up right behind me. Sorry, mate. But I can help you write off your car. I know how to because I have done that numerous times. You are not angry at me, are you?"

Pithy Portrayals from the experienced Sir Clippit Wing™:

Drives in spurts, slows down while in conversation, driving is a tad mood influenced. Not the best, not the worst.

E Hunter™ comment:

One trip is enough! Seriously, you risk your life with the lane changing and last minute braking etc. Avoid for the rest of your life. Walking or public transport is always my option ahead of the Promoter.

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The driver who looks great but does not pay enough attention.

8. The Counselor - ESFP

Driving Style: Swaps between Texter and Showboat.

The one who uses driving around as an excuse to get the other drivers to check them out, rolling their convertible down and fixing their 'hair and makeup', or equivalent.

E Hunter™ role play of this pattern:

"Hey, officer. I got dance high while I was driving. I got distracted a little. It’s nothing illegal. You must let me free. It’s just your back bumper. Nothing serious. I’ll fix that for you later. Here’s my phone number. Take it. See you!"

Pithy Portrayals from the experienced Sir Clippit Wing™:

Drives like a cartoon character, so fasten your seat belt.

E Hunter™ comment:

The centre of attention. Decide if that is really what you want, especially if you are in Patterns 9-16.

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The driver who grooms while in the car.

9. The Specialist - ISFP

Driving Style: Swaps between Texter and Grandma.

The one who often speeds, despite a 'grandma' reputation, but also manages to be perpetually late to everything.

E Hunter™ role play of this pattern:

"I need to put on my make up here. Damn! The mirror is too small! Ess, aitch, one tee!"

Pithy Portrayals from the experienced Sir Clippit Wing™:

Is distracted by the beauty of nature and how they look.

E Hunter™ comment:

They will still be stopped at the lights after the lights go green. Infuriating driver.

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The driver whose concentration may wander.

10. The Investigator - INFJ

Driving Style: Wanderer and part-time selfish.

The one who gets into a car crash because they were staring out of the window pondering some deep insightful life question.

E Hunter™ role play of this pattern:

"I know each and every speed limit on my commute to work. Cars line up behind me up to 5 kilometres. I hear them fume, but rules are rules!"

Pithy Portrayals from the experienced Sir Clippit Wing™:

Can be two faced switching from standard be calm and thoughtful to being bloody minded and pre-plans the fastest route in a similar fashion to the Enhancer.

E Hunter™ comment:

They tend to make the passengers somewhat nervous due to bloody mindedness and their assumptions that all other drivers will 'do the right thing'. Have accidents that are often totally avoidable - backing into lamp posts, not giving way etc.

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The driver who daydreams while driving.

11. The Agent - INFP

Driving Style: Dreamer.

The one that cried, got out of the car and had a funeral procession when they hit a bunny.

E Hunter™ role play of this pattern:

"I need you to take the steering wheel as I day dream a lot while I’m driving. I’ve written off a dozen cars already!"

Pithy Portrayals from the experienced Sir Clippit Wing™:

Changes course with the music that is playing, slightly aimless, sometimes pulls over to take a picture of the sunset. Tends to like a lot of space in front and behind and does not really like close calls when they time it just right to slip through the traffic.

E Hunter™ comment:

You have been warned. Be especially nervous if they waited 20 years to get their licence. Find an alternate, even if it is wet.

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The driver who is somewhat likely to do their own maintenance.

12. The Achiever - ISTP

Driving Style: Dreamer and Speedster.

The one who is absolutely obsessed with cars and driving and who could fix any car problem that you have.

E Hunter™ role play of this pattern:

"Oh, I hear something wrong in the engine. Let me pull over and fix it myself!"

Pithy Portrayals from the experienced Sir Clippit Wing™:

Drives like James Bond. Often a truck driver.

E Hunter™ comment:

Tends to take narrow gaps in the traffic that is very unnerving.

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The overly cautions 'grandma' driver.

13. The Practitioner - ISFJ

Driving Style: Overly cautious.

The one who checks ten times to make sure that everyone is wearing their seatbelts and all the gauges are good and the oil was changed recently.

E Hunter™ role play of this pattern:

"Oh.. officer, I came to your station to pay you my fine as I was 2 kmh over at the corner. Can you please give me a ticket as I'll need a receipt for my fine!"

Pithy Portrayals from the experienced Sir Clippit Wing™:

Is careful, calm, defensive, has a cute hanging decoration on the rear view mirror or a box of tissues on the rear parcel shelf.

E Hunter™ comment:

Too careful and that manifests itself a sign of a lack of confidence which may upset many passengers.

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The law abiding driver.

14. The Objective Thinker - ISTJ

Driving Style: Overly cautious but very safe.

The one that has never ever gone over the speed limit or broken a law or even made a rolling stop.

E Hunter™ role play of this pattern:

"Oh, this is my 718,432nd time commuting on this road. I love this town!"

Pithy Portrayals from the experienced Sir Clippit Wing™:

Similar to the Director but with zero speeding and less tailgating.

E Hunter™ comment:

A safe choice at all times.

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The driver who does not really want to drive.

15. The Perfectionist - INTP

Driving Style: Part Dreamer and Road Rager.

The one who is likely to park in someone’s driveway without realising that they were not supposed to.

E Hunter™ role play of this pattern:

"Should I drive? I’d be better off sitting home and being a couch potato. I hate driving!"

Pithy Portrayals from the experienced Sir Clippit Wing™:

First off, they hate driving. They are always extremely nervous, especially on highways where one wrong move can result in a fatality. However it is 85% smooth sailing, 15% random. Like a curve ball. Never recklessly though.

E Hunter™ comment:

Be careful. A vague driver.

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The Driver who prefers all passenger seats to be empty.

16. The Enhancer - ENTJ

Driving Style: Part Dreamer and Road Rager.

The one who’s brilliant and good at literally everything, except maybe for driving.

E Hunter™ role play of this pattern:

"Hey, we need some repairs done at the pedestrian crossing. I’ve been sending the grievances in a thousand times and the dumb council just do not listen!"

Pithy Portrayals from the experienced Sir Clippit Wing™:

A careful and smooth driver who always takes the back roads if possible. Does a lot of rear-view mirror driving as is constantly checking to see what the potential idiots behind are up to. A bit nervous with passengers.

E Hunter™ comment:

They are extremely good on their own as they do not have to put up with distractions from pesky passengers. They believe that all other road users are fcuking idiots and this holds them in good stead. They try to avoid commenting on other people's driving because they absolutely cannot stand it when someone criticizes their driving; hence no passengers.

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