I've noticed that of the few drivers on the road around here, at least half are well in excess of speed limits AND driving dangerously.
Around here, there are a lot of drivers, often in pickup trucks, who are speeding and driving recklessly. But then there's also a lot that seem to be going slower than usual, and are more courteous, as a response to Covid-19. (I'm in the latter group.) I wouldn't be surprised if the difference closely tracks the red/blue divide.
Well, when I go out (not frequently these days), I'm typically driving in a pickup truck, but tend to drive slower than usual.
But is it a loud pickup? Seems like the cars driving recklessly tend to be loud. But maybe I just notice them more. Because they're loud.
It is a loud pickup. Probably one of the few things I don't like about it. But I bought it used and it had a dual exhaust with whatever it is that they tack on there to make it growl. But the truck ticked the rest of the boxes and I've gotten used to it.
Things sure are messed up. Can't even count on a good stereotype any more. :-)
Or maybe the stereotype holds and cmorse has just been fooling us all this time.