Clovers believe that they are always doing the right thing, and therefore everyone should wait on them, or are basically oblivious to others' needs.
2. A person that is generally afraid, overly safe, and obeys all rules, and thinks others should too, especially as related to driving:
Clovers will wait for the left turn signal arrow even when left on green is allowed, and/or will not pull into the intersection, so that they will be able to turn left after the approaching traffic has cleared or stopped.
Clovers wait for a green light even when right on red is allowed.
Clovers need two lanes to pass a bicycle.
Clovers apply brakes at random.
Clovers never use their rear view mirrors, because others should have to wait on them.
Clovers stop when they are in the acceleration lane.
Clovers slow for school zones even when school is out.
Clovers refuse to move right for faster-moving traffic.
Clovers have an obnoxious, passive-aggressive determination to force everyone else to drive slowly, too,
Clovers believe the government is always right.
Clovers believe that if someone is simply investigated and/or arrested for a crime then that person must be guilty.
Clovers believe the TSA makes us safe.
Clovers believe the government is here to help us.
Clovers generally work for the government.