Yea, I'm referencing the 80/20 pareto principle. I view it as 80% percent freak out when they see 1 person chain up, and that's why then the snake ends up chaining up 3miles down the hill.That's a bold assumption, assuming they carry chains in the first place. Coastal Californians thinks they can ignore the chain laws to begin with.
Over the weekend, at Tahoe, I saw a guy driving a G-wagen with summer tires... good thing it wasn't cold during the day or snowing... because I would have laughed my ass off watching a guy driving a $100K plus vehicle with 4WD, struggling for traction to accelerate from a stop light going up a mild hill
But I'm agreeeing there are still going to be 20% that will go to the front and try to sweettalk their way past controls.
None I see as a generic stereotype based on where they came from though. 80/20 still applies regardless of "californians" or "Florida Man" or "Texans" or whatever.