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Vallejo Park-'n'-Ride lot - my car's wheels stolen! I felt the need to come forward to explain how increasingly unsafe the Vallejo Park and Ride Parking Lot is becoming. Earlier today, Monday, April 28, , I came back to Vallejo from San Francisco to find that the two right-side wheels from my '99 green Honda Civic were stolen!

The wheels were not fancy, just the standard type. The hubcaps were also taken along with most of the lug nuts. There is a security look-out at the Vallejo parking lot, but I'm not sure at what time they are on patrol and for how long. There are even cameras installed on site, yet this did not deter the thieves. I have heard stories of other people's cars getting broken into and stolen. I am not sure how these sorts of problems can be solved, but I figured that I would share my story so that other carpoolers will be wary.

Also, if anyone in Vallejo noticed any suspicious activity on this day, any further information would be greatly appreciated. Carpoolers, please keep your eyes open, please be on the lookout for others, and please think twice about where you choose to park.

Yesterday the driver of a 90's Rav4 failed to mention that he didn't have a Fastrak. He said he wasn't taking the carpool lane because he had previously received a ticket for not having Fastrak. He played dumb like he didn't know we would be upset for having to sit in traffic. The driver was a lighter-skinned African American in his 20s. He also didn't seem to know where the drop off location was. Don't ride with him! This morning another woman and I rode with a something Asian male driver in an older silver Honda sedan messy inside.

He checked and typed on his cellphone multiple times while the car was in motion. He didn't know or didn't take the carpool lane and got in a non-Fastrack lane instead, so we waited in traffic. In addition to continuing to text while driving, he drove erratically - stopping short abruptly and weaving in and out of cars too fast. Light-colored gold or beige Honda. Picked up on Perkins and Grand.

Headed towards Grand Ave instead of freeway off Harrison not standard. Got on phone with mechanic to discuss a warning light in her car. Went around a car which was stopped for a pedestrian and drove right past the pedestrian in the crosswalk. Detoured through West Oakland with no communication to passengers about irregular route. I asked her to get off phone and tell us where she was going. Female driver was erratic, talkative with passenger once on bridge, should have been paying attention to the road.

Driver was a middle-aged 40ss white man. He sped 90 mph at one point , made erratic lane changes, seemed disproportionately frustrated by normal rush hour traffic patterns, and fidgeted with his phone periodically.

My fellow passenger and I were both afraid. I will note that I've been carpooling daily for 1. The Driver didn't have Fastrak and drove through the toll booths, adding a lot of time. Watch out for this driver. He's a lighter skinned African American. He had a black "Oakland" hat on the dash.

The license plate will get read and the account charged without penalty! On Tuesday around 6: I drive a two-seater auto. When he opened my door I asked why he jumped over the first car and he put up his hands and said nervously and defensively, "hey, there's no problem here" and then repeated that. Instead of going to the first car, he walked away from the casual carpool toward BART.

I thought this was unusual and scary. I'm relatively new to the casual carpool, so I when I picked up a passenger yesterday a long-time rider I described the man to her and she said she didn't recognize his description as a morning regular to the carpool line. I'm guessing he was in his 40's. He was not carrying a bag. If I was the first car in line I would not have questioned him getting into my car, but this interaction seemed odd and I wanted to let others know.

I wanted to report a car today where the people did not have a FasTrak pass so I had to sit while they waited in the long toll line. It was an off white old Mercedes. Man and woman in the car when they picked up.

It took 20 plus more minutes than usual to get to work. On top of all that, it stunk like smoke. It would be cool if people could sign up for alerts keyed to their pick up spot so for instance, I could get alerts related to N. That happened to me as a passenger once -- the driver had left his FasTrak in another car -- and I was very annoyed and late for work.

I'm even more annoyed now that I've found that if you drive through without your FasTrak nothing happens; they bill you as usual via your license plate. That's a good idea.

In his 40s, maybe, with glasses and milky yellow plastic frames. While driving on S-curve in left lane, he is checking his phone. I point out it is illegal to effectively be playing with phone while driving. I thank him for the ride, and get out of the car.

At this time I mention to the passenger who was in the back that I am sorry if I made it awkward. If I am in the wrong regarding asking a driver to not be touching their phone while driving me, my bad.

But the way he kept mumbling, equating me looking at my phone as a passenger with a driver glancing down at the phone in his left hand, on a bridge, in the left lane of a reduced speed curve and his utter outrage and entitlement to do whatever he wants while driving [strangers] in his car was absurd.

I will not ride with this man again. Grey, New Model Vehicle -- Please note: Vehicle does not have a rear license plate auto dealership ad in license plate space. Driver is male, early 30s, stocky build with short dark hair. Driver made a hazardous merge onto I, tailgating the car in front of us and rapidly changing lanes.

Driver continued to speed and drive erratically. Heading into the MacArthur Maze he was driving so fast that I requested he slow down. After passing through the Bay Bridge tollbooth the driver sped to the metering lights, deliberately cutting off the driver in the neighbouring right-hand non carpool lane.

Driver then rapidly accelerated from the metering light and aggressively split two lanes to overtake the vehicles on both sides of us, nearly causing a 3-car collision. The passenger seat rider asked why the driver was speeding and driving so erratically and the driver began making excuses that the other cars cut him off not true and then stated: At this point I asked the driver if he regularly picked up riders at the casual carpool, he replied "no".

I informed him that as a carpool driver he has a responsibility to drive cautiously with passengers and in return enjoys a reduced toll and the time saving benefit of access to the commuter lanes. I informed him that he'd been driving dangerously during the entire ride and that I would be reporting him on the Casual Carpool message board. I've commuted from this pickup spot regularly for the past seven years and this is the first time I've been truly frightened and felt the need to warn other passengers.

There's no excuse for this kind of unsafe driving. Everyone be safe out there! Drives a white tour bus van. I believe it has tinted windows and says "Spanish and Italian Tours" on the side. He is middle-aged, European-looking male who is a very aggressive driver who weaves in and out of traffic. He drives a tour bus van that typically heads to Downtown Union Square.

Car was driven by a man in his mid 50s. Car is a small gray two seater with a pickup truck bed in the back. The driver had the back window removed from the vehicle. The driver was extremely strange and began swearing when I pulled out my cell phone to check email messages. He began swearing at me and yelling at the top of his lungs for me to put it away. When I told him that I didn't feel safe and wanted to get out of the car, he yelled even more and didn't want to let me out.

Then he slammed on the brakes and told me to get the F out of his car and then kept driving after I opened up the door. Then after I got out he circled back around and yelled at me from the street. I have been living in Vallejo and picking up passengers at the Park 'n' Ride at Lemon Street in Vallejo for almost two years. Today a Caucasian man in late 40s, brownish red hair, about pounds, glasses, white painter pants and a plaid work shirt got in my car; we got onto the freeway and everything was going fine until I went to pass a car that was going 55 in a 65 zone with absolutely no one in front of him.

The man immediately started to yell, stating he was speaking for the other passengers in the car and that he was not in that much of a hurry. I offered to drop him off in Richmond and he wouldn't shut up; I guess he thought yelling and screaming was more productive and less likely to cause an accident than just hushing.

I said I was going to drop him off in Richmond unless he was quiet. He finally shut up and we continued to SF. He jumped out before the legal drop-off place. I don't blame them for not speaking up when he was in the car -- it was pretty obvious he had issues. This car is usually driven by a couple bald male driver, female passenger with baby seat in back.

Today was the last straw. I got involved with a fight involving a passenger who loves to start stuff. I was waiting, unaware there were people in line at the SF stop for El Cerrito Del Norte, and a rider started using colorful language and acting agressively - the person who picked him up in a silver Prius somehow told him to leave the car and I got in instead. The rider was in the car behind us, and when we got off in El Cerrito, he instigated again and we both got into a fight and I have witnesses saying that he is an aggressor and has almost gotten into fights with drivers.

I don't want to see people getting hurt when this guy opens his mouth. He asks many questions about how the carpool works, how much money is exchanged and what different routes to the freeway are taken by drivers. However, he never gets in a car. I have witnessed him do this and my boyfriend, who also rides casual carpool from the same pick up spot, has witnessed him do the same on a different day than I had witnessed him.

I have seen him do this once, my boyfriend has seen it happen twice. I am trying not to be too suspicious, but it definitely seems strange that he asks the same questions each day and wants such detailed information but will step out of the line when it is his turn to get into a waiting car. I've been carpooling a little over a year now and everything had gone smoothly until last night.

Claiming she's been in my car for 1. Confused and not sure what to say, I reassured her this is the route to Vallejo and that she's only been in the car for 20 mins. She calms down for a little while until I reached Pinole at which point she claims I'm not taking her to Vallejo and that she wants to get out of my car.

Thinking for my own safety, I offered to drop her off at the next possible exit if she feels uncomfortable riding with me. She said no, and continue to insist I take her to Vallejo. Totally confused and scared, I drove as fast as I could until I reached the drop off point in Vallejo; she ended up getting out of my car right before the turn onto Lemon and slammed my car door on her way out. I'm just glad nothing happened and I was able to get her out of my vehicle but what an experience!

She then proceeded to drive extremely fast, swerving in an out of traffic in excess of 80 mph. On top of that she was extremely rude to me both upon arrival and departures. I did not feel safe nor wanted one time throughout the ride. In my 3 years of carpooling experience I've never encountered a driver like her and will certainly steer clear if I ever see her again. Not a smooth ride for sure.

I would suggest casual carpoolers avoid this vehicle and driver. The driver of a blue Mazda MX-5, picked me up at around 9: The driver engaged in an escalation of anger and aggressive driving when another driver cut us off and gave us a rude gesture out of her window. The driver of my car proceeded to return the rude gesture, and repeatedly tried to pass the other driver, making a number of dangerous maneuvers, which the other driver countered, trying to block us.

At one point we nearly got run off the freeway on-ramp. I would recommend avoiding this driver. I have used casual carpool almost daily for over five years now from the same spot and have never had any issues. Unfortunately, I had a very interesting ride this morning that left me very frustrated. There was an older 70s? African American man in a white shirt and tie driving, and an older 60s? African American woman in the back seat behind me.

I said good morning. Nothing else was said until we got to through the toll plaza, after which he asked if I was going to help pay the toll. I said I had no money other than credit cards and apologized again.

The ride then continued as normal with nothing said until they pulled up at Howard and Fremont to drop me off. As I was getting out the man said that if I wanted to ride with them I should remember money next time. I apologized again and said I almost always do have cash but had run out yesterday and had not had time to get more. At that point the woman started pushing the seat forward before I had gotten completely out and said, "It's always one ethnic group that never has any money" I am half Japanese.

Just before arriving at the SF dropoff point, my driver asked me to contribute the dollar for toll which I did not have. I politely told him I did not have it. When he pushed further, I re-iterated that I had no cash or change. I politely disagreed with him and told him I am not obligated to pay him the dollar. He then began demanding the dollar saying that everyone pays and shouting expletives. When I told him he was making me uncomfortable and that I wanted to exit the car, he demanded I leave the vehicle in the middle of Fremont St.

I told him that was illegal and he could get a ticket and to please pull over for me to exit. As I left the car, he continued shouting expletives at me. This message is about a regular driver at Grand and Perkins in Oakland. He drives a newer-model tan Toyota Camry. He is middle aged, Asian American, balding, and wears glasses. I've had unpleasant encounters with this driver before. He drives aggressively, asks way too many personal questions, and honks at the carpool passengers in the queue if they don't see him when he pulls up.

But all of that pales in comparison to a frightening experience I had with this driver recently. I got in the back seat with another passenger. A third passenger got in the front seat.

The passenger next to me handed over a dollar before I got in. The passenger in the front seat did not. I didn't want to distract the driver or embarrass the passenger in the front seat, so I waited until we arrived in San Francisco to offer a dollar.

The driver said nothing about a toll contribution during the drive. When we pulled over on Howard Street, before I could even pass up the dollar in my hand, the driver whipped around and glared at me. After a second, he screamed, "You have to give money for toll! This aggravated him more. He began hurling obscenities at me as I got out of the car. A few seconds later, as he drove away, he rolled down his window and screamed some more obscenities at me.

I'm scared to think what he might do to the next passenger in this situation. The "unsafe driver" to which VP refers may be who many of us riders affectionately call "The minute Man", although his Saturn is unmistakably dark red, not beige, so I'm not sure.

However, that brings to mind a number of comments I've heard, both positive and negative, about this driver, and I'd like to post one in writing in his defense. I've ridden with this driver many times. For my part, I consider him, while decidedly fast, quite safe. He sometimes will try to pass a very slow, timid driver in the carpool lane, but he does not take what I would consider unnecessary risks in his maneuvers.

He waits until he knows he can make the pass safely. Sometimes he is not successful due to another car changing lanes, but he does not weave, like I've seen some teens and 20s do in their souped-up Hondas and the like. He seems to know exactly where his front end and sides are, and artfully maneuvers through traffic.

Whether he follows a bit close for some people's liking is not for me to say, but I can tell he has a good feel for the road and anticipation of traffic. The end result is a fast, smooth ride that saves me time getting to and from work. I've heard a few people say they don't like riding with him, but many others are excited when he pulls around the corner, because they know he's going to get them home or to work in a professional, quick, and above all, safe manner.

I'm one of the latter. In a time when there are so many distractions that people allow to take their eyes and mind off the road, this driver pays rapt attention, and that makes me feel quite safe. He is one of my favorite drivers! I got mugged when a driver kicked me out early — North Berkeley. Nothing was said when I got in except to verify that I was going to Civic Center.

When we got off the 9th St. She said that I should have asked her when I got in if it would be ok to ride without a dollar. I said a choice word or two because I was pissed, but I still got out. I just missed the bus, so I would have to wait for the next one, usually minutes for that line.

While I was waiting, I got robbed at gunpoint and had my wallet and phone stolen. This toll controversy has gone far enough, and I blame the driver for kicking me out of the car so rudely and inappropriately. I was picked up at around 8: I have been a rider in his car before and noticed some aggressiveness, but today was much worse. He refused to brake and allow a car that was already slightly in front of him in while merging onto the freeway. Then he aggressively merged across multiple lanes, nearly running into the cars in front of him and just barely squeezing in front of the cars behind.

The driver of a maroon-ish Toyota Tercel is dangerous! He's in his 40's, Asian, mostly bald, wore aviator-type sunglasses. He swerved in and out of lanes, didn't pay attention to the road, tailed cars in front of him, and almost hit other cars times while we were going across the bridge. I have been taking carpool for two years and never actually thought it was dangerous until today. The other passenger and I got out of the car like it was on fire when we finally made it to SF. I picked up two passengers today at the casual carpool located at Lemon St.

The passenger sitting in the front I was driving had a chance to get into my purse and stole my wallet. I filed a police report as soon as I arrived at work. Please make drivers and other casual carpoolers aware. The driver was completely reckless, constantly changing lanes and cutting cars without looking over her shoulders to check for oncoming traffic.

She had to hit the brakes over and over, I thought we were going to hit a car on multiple occasions not to mention an angry van driver yelling at us for her terrible driving. After the other passengers and I got out, we said we were thankful for making it to SF alive in spite of our lives flashing in front of us. I rode in from Vallejo today with a driver Indian or Pakistani male, early 20s of a white Acura sedan who wove in and out of the lanes at 80 mph, and that was not the worst of it.

When the driver pulled out his cell phone and read a text message and then proceeded to use his knees to steer the car while starting to type a text I very clearly told him to not text while driving pointing out that it is both dangerous and illegal. The young man was visibly irritated by my protest but he did drop his phone into his lap and proceeded to drive a little but not much more cautiously for the duration of the trip.

This is the second time I have had to tell a driver I don't ask because texting while driving is NOT an option to not text while driving. Riders should be encouraged to speak up and protest this dangerous and illegal behavior while riding in casual carpool. The life they save might just be their own. The driver steered the car with one hand and texted with the other, constantly looking up and down from her lap where she held the phone. She did not use turn signals when changing lanes and drove tentatively, probably because her view of the road was interrupted by her texting.

Her two hands were rarely on the wheel, and her two eyes were only intermittently on the road. I want to report an unsafe driver who drove from SF to Fairfield during the Eastbound commute this past Monday, January 25, at approximately 4: He is a white male, early to mid 30's, no facial hair, short dark hair, slim to medium build and wears glasses and a Bluetooth hands free phone device.

The car is a light colored metallic beige Saturn. This driver not only drove exceedingly fast for the weather conditions, he routinely changed lanes at high speeds and passed drivers on the right in order to get ahead of cars in the carpool lane and then slammed on the brakes coming within inches of the rear end of the cars he was tailgating.

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