I went by a jeep train in the early fall guess they were going to the trails up north, 15 jeeps 16 feet apart constant wave. Off road folks are far more likely to wave I think.
My CJ gets waves 97% of the time. I've actually had people stand up and franticaly wave at intersectionsSo I'm noticing a definite double standard in the waves when driving my 2 JLs. My punkin Jeep is pretty well modified with Wheels, 35" tires, 2.5 lift and Halo headlights. When I drive this my hand gets tired due to the amount of waves I get, and not wanting to leave anyone out. People go out of their way to overtly wave when I'm in this thing. However, I've had had my Nacho JLU for little more than a week, and it's still pretty stock. When I drive this one it's like I don't exist. Waves that I received are down 90%. I can even initiate the wav and people just blow right by me as if I'm not there..lol
I'm with this guy. I never wave first, if at all. Kind of feel like a dick sometimes but I don't feel like waving 12 times whenever I go anywhere. A modified Jeep, or one of the classic Jeeps, ok I'll wave. Other than that I probably won't even notice.I don’t like waves anymore now that every other car is a Jeep. Up until 10 years ago, okay. But now? Please do me a solid and don’t wave. I’ll return the favor by not waving. The non wave is the new wave imo.
Come up to north east Georgia Ben and I'll wave atcha - dirt or no dirt.In the suburbs everyone waves. It's annoying how often they wave.
When I drive up to North Georgia (Marjorie Taylor-Greene country) no one waves. I can't tell if they're being rude or just always on the lookout for space lasers.
More than likely everyone I pass up there has owned Jeeps since before 'waving' became a thing and can't be bothered to even acknowledge someone with barely any dirt on their vehicle.