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...driving is perfectly safe, but there are some very undisciplined drivers about so keep your distance, don't rely on people using indicators and keep to your side of the road. If someone is too close behind, don't panic, but let them pass you as soon as possible...
Local drivers are fairly courteous and driving in Sardinia is reasonably stress-free. Traffic is only really a concern in the main towns (Cagliari, Sassari and Olbia) and in high summer. The main hazards you're likely to face are flocks of sheep.
"The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge". Stephen Hawking, 1942- 2018
As an Italian driver, the first. But to us, driving fast is the norm (hey, we ruled F1, MotoGP and Rally and many sports car and cycles manifacturers are Italian. Guess why?) and the real concerns are the big cities, where there's too much traffic and the chance of encountering people who should get a license to move on their feet are much higher.