I am on full rant mode here. I am not sure if i am the only person who gets wound up by peoples inability to think and drive at the same time. Around where i live we have a number of car parks, the majority of which have nice big white arrows on the floor telling people which way to go round it. I follow these arrows, but the amount of accidents i have nearly had because, and i can only call them this, buffoons cant seem to navigate according to the direction of travel. The other problem i have with this is they then look at me as if i am the one in the wrong. This came to a head the other day in a Multi-storey car park. The way this one works is you drive straight and then turn right to go up a ramp to get to the next level and you always end up turning right to get to higher levels. The same for the way out and the up and down ramps are shared at certain point of the car park. As long as you stay right all is well. So i pull into the car park and follow the car in front of me to one level from top, when he turns left. Ok i can forgive that if nothing is coming the other way, but a little bit annoyed. Shopping trip done i come to leave the car park. Go down about two levels and am about to turn onto a shared up/down ramp when a car turns onto the bottom of the ramp and moves over to the left hand side of the ramp. So i put my anchors on and just sit their and glare at him, he is currently halfway up the ramp. I then reverse a touch to give him a bit of space to turn when he gets to the top of the ramp. He doesnt, he stays left. He then starts gesticulating at me as if i am in the wrong. But eventually he comes up the ramp and stops his car and starts gesticulating further. I was so close to getting out of the car and pointing out the errors of his thought process, but didnt. Rant over. I don't think this issue lies solely in car drivers as i have witnessed similar things in airports and supermarkets. I always navigate my way around areas following the signs. But this seems to overload a lot of peoples thought capacities.