Drive for 15 minutes in Atlanta, inside the Perimeter, and you'll quickly realize that Southern hospitality is either a myth invented or that it is dead, just so dead.
Here's a prime example of your average commute in Atlanta. An expensive Mercedes is speeding down the road in the right lane when he or she spots an older Lexus approaching from behind, taking advantage of the speeding Mercedes wake.
It's impossible for the ego of the lead driver to allow the older car to be so close, so the Mercedes brake checked the Lexus, causing the Lexus to nearly lose control.
Welcome to the South, y'all.