很多人喜欢开车，但是开车带来的麻烦也不少，比如上下班高峰期的交通拥堵（traffic jam）、路上遇着的老想超车的road hog（驾车乱抢路的人）、搭你车的back seat driver（爱指点司机该怎么开的人）等都很让人抓狂。我们来看看英语里怎么描述这些烦心事吧！
Many cities are clogged by traffic jams so it is no surprise that road rage is becoming a real problem.
One of my friends is a terrible back seat driver. He is always telling me how to drive; in fact he drives me round the bend with his criticism.
I like to be in the driving seat and if a back seat driver annoys me too much, I turn round and say: "What are you driving at? You are driving me up the wall with all your stupid remarks!"
All this bickering has, I'm afraid, driven a wedge between us. However I feel I have to drive home to him how sensitive I am to snide comments about my personal abilities.
1. All right, sir, you drive a hard bargain. I'll sell you this car for $12,450.
2. The challenges of being a corporate executive drove her back on all her personal resources.
3. These tax forms are driving me nuts.
4. Let's drive over to Larry's place.
5. You are driving me out of my mind with your nagging.
6. The traffic jam is breaking up, so we can drive on.
7. He'll drive himself into the ground if he doesn't take some time off.
8. You have driven me into a corner, so I guess I have to give in.
9. The cab driver drove between the airport and downtown more than twelve times in one day.
10. Your trouble with the police has driven me to the brink/edge! The next time you are arrested, I will not get you out of jail.
11. She was driven to drink by the problems she had with her teenage son.