With a freewheeling approach to driving, if a car rolls a stop when no one is around it's like the tree falling in the forest.
Pedestrians also have their challenges to cross in front of moving cars, trusting they will stop. Recently, a fellow waved me across the street with his cell phone in one hand, other fist up, disgruntled by my inconvenience.
I observed a man drive on the left side of the street to extend his letter into the mail box in front of the post office. He continued on the left side as three cars lined up facing him. He honked and threw his hands in the air.
My favorite behavior involved the woman who drove in circle after circle in the middle of a busy street waiting for someone to back out of a parking place. Cars piled up and honked until she finally decided to drive forward.