I live in a rural area, I used to live in a large town near Denver which is, obviously, a huge city. Out here, on the county roads, the majority of people wave to each other when passing on the roads. However, once people leave the little two lane county roads and hit the major two lane highway (it's actually just a glorified county road but it's the only artery between here and the big city ) most people don't wave anymore. I've been watching to see if there's any rhyme or reason to who seems to wave and who doesn't. Almost every pick up truck that goes by will give a wave. Older car drivers (the car being older - not necessarily the driver) are good wavers, SUV car drivers wave a lot. Sporty cars, really expensive cars and the neighbors with the Hummer almost never wave. The age of the driver seldom seems to play any role in whether they wave although teenagers can't seem to get their hands up there all that often. The waves themselves are fun. You get the older cowboys who touch their hat brim as you drive by or just nod their heads toward you. You get a lot of 'one finger lifted off the steering wheel' wavers. And, some that actually lift their whole hand into the air and wave like the Queen going by in a parade. I love living in the country! How about you guys? Do live where people wave to each other?