I rented a Camaro once and it was just nuts. Diesel Rabbits, Fiats, Pintos, Chevettes, Hyundai’s, you name it wanted to race me. This gently driven Camaro (no lie) seemed to bring out the worst in drivers of “lesser” cars.
Back in the day when I owned a Porsche I seemed to get a lot more respect from other drivers than I expected.
Now I drive a Saturn and no one thinks twice about cutting me off, tailgaiting me, merging into my lane, locking up their brakes in front of me, you name it. Hell hath no fury like a disrespected Porsche driver trapped in a Saturn. Given the elelment of surprise and driven like a professional, a DOHC Saturn with manual trans will give most of the cars on the road driven by amateurs a run for their money.
Back to the OP: do you expect drivers of certain cars to drive in a certain way and do you drive accordingly when near one? If so, please name make/model and the behavior.
Late 70’s Corvette: One headlight up in the daytime, driving in the right lane at two miles under the speed limit.
Early nineties Caprice: weaving in middle lane with left turn signal on for miles.
Late model Corvette: at side of road stopped by unmarked squad car.
Early edition Hyundai: on side of road in cold weather being pushed by unfortunate owner with warm hands courtesy of standard rear window defroster.
High dollar superexotics: too expensive to actually insure or drive