I can’t stand reckless drivers. People drive every day and forget that they’re operating a 2 ton hunk of steel on wheels, unaware and unbothered by the fact that going 70mph on a neighborhood street could be the last joyride of their life (or someone else’s). Fortunately, us regular folks, have plenty of ways to combat dangerous driving in our own towns. We can learn where the speed traps are, we can petition to have bumps installed on our neighborhood streets, and like the woman in this next story, we can install enormous decorative boulders on our property to thwart reckless drivers in her area.
Although she lived in a sleepy, sidewalk-less town, this woman was an avid gardener and was proud of her newly planted lawn. Unfortunately, her neighbors felt differently about one corner of her property in particular, using it as a shortcut to get to the next street. Perhaps if they weren’t ripping down a neighborhood road and pulling Fast and the Furious-style drift turns to speed up their commute, that dangerous driver could have avoided some serious vehicular damage at the hands of a very petty and very vengeful neighbor. Keep scrolling to read all of the juicy details of this suburban dispute that was settled the old fashioned way: With a rock and a hard place.