I once saw someone trying to brakecheck the driver behind him. The scary thing is that it was on the Autobahn 120KMH+
I don't get why people do that, brake-check that is. I admit to tailgating a couple of times(just following the BMW stereotype) but that's for a completely different reason. Its taught in the "bigger" drivers licence as a psychological think. If you want someone to drive faster you should drive closer to them to make them nervous and make them drive faster.
Then there are the self-licence traffic cops, people that brake-check the people in the behind so they can get a little money out of it and a really pissed off drug dealer/businessman/lawyer.
Same people that drive in the left lane of traffic below the speed limit. This! This is the kind of people that get on my nerves the most, I tend to drive a little over the 80 kph speed limit on the "highways" here in the capital and I want to pass someone. The saying goes "If you're being overtaken on the right, you're in the wrong lane", still people stay there even if I turn the indicator on, flash the headlights(as I said before, the BMW stereotype) but they still wont go out of the way. That's the part I get really pissed off and try to overtake them as obnoxiously as possible, tailgating, revving the engine to red-line(no mufflers, so its really loud) and almost cut them off.
Back to the quote, since it was on the autobahn where everybody drives way over the limit, its still stupid.