The middle east is certainly the worst place for lunatic drivers, although it is my belief this is due to their lifestyle, tethered by their religion. Young men can't go to pubs, clubs, theatres etc, have no contact with the opposite sex and are left with their car as their main outsource of testosterone fuelled mayhem on the roads, inevitably leading to the highest recorded death rate in the world. I think it is Kos that has two roundabouts where you give way to traffic from differing directions at each, which seems strange at first but understandable when you relax into their way of driving. The only trouble I ever had in Crete was trying to get parked once in Chania where it seemed the entire population had driven in on that particular day. I now know the procedure for two cars coming head to head on a one track mountainside, and know that the toot of the horn is because you can't see the lights. I've never seen anyone getting the "finger" whilst driving and was even greeted with smiles when I mistakenly drove into someones garden. In short, it's one of the nicest places to drive I have ever been to.