As anyone who's driven in New Jersey knows, it's not easy driving in New Jersey. While other states practice defensive driving, we go the other way, as in "get outta my way, (insert expletive here)!"

I prefer to think of it as offensive driving and I stand before you totally guilty as charged. Unless of course, you're a police officer about to give me a ticket in which case, I plead insanity while searching for my PBA card.

But what if you're not the Jersey driver but the person sitting next to the Jersey driver in the passenger seat? What exactly are you experiencing? Which one of those experiences will cause you to argue with the person behind the wheel? Possibly get them to flip that Jersey bird that they save for other drivers in your direction? The Sun has come out with their list of top ten triggers for in-car arguments ranging from cellphones to tailgating.

What drives me nuts is people who don't drive as fast as I do. I can't take their patience, especially when they're behind a slow-moving vehicle.

Here's a list of things Jersey passengers feel when they are not behind the wheel that could set them off;

Most annoying things about driving with a Jersey driver

As anyone who's driven in New Jersey knows, it's not easy driving in New Jersey. You know what also isn't easy? Riding shotgun with a Jersey driver. So Steve Trevelise asked his Facebook following what the most annoying thing about driving with a Jersey driver is, here's some of what they came up with.

The post above reflects the thoughts and observations of New Jersey 101.5 talk show host Steve Trevelise. Any opinions expressed are Steve's own. Steve Trevelise is on New Jersey 101.5 Monday-Thursday from 7pm-11pm. Follow him on Twitter @realstevetrev.

The best advice Jersey has ever received

Somewhere in your lifetime, you received a little piece of advice that has shaped your life. It may have come from a parent, friend, a song lyric, or even a movie line which when you heard it, something inside clicked and you adopted this little piece of information as your own and started living your life by it. So Steve Trevelise asked his Facebook following what the best piece of advice they ever got was, here's some of what they came up with.

If you could ask Governor Murphy one question...

Remember when New Jersey had a governor who would come on this radio station and answer your questions? So does Steve Trevelise. Of course, Murphy holds his daily press conferences updating us on what he's doing and taking questions from reporters, some of which he may not like or deem as political. But when it comes to facing the fire that are the questions that are from the people of New Jersey, Steve figured he'd give you a chance to ask him the question you always wanted to ask. Here are some of the questions his social media following would want to ask.