I don't mind drives as long as they are SAFELY conducted. Good planning, safety boundaries, knowing where the drivers/standers are, those help the drives.
I've also been on deer drives with dogs in North Carolina. Luckily the group I went with was on a military base and you were restricted to the road, wore orange, used buckshot, and were a minimum of 200 yards from the nearest hunter.
One of the dog drives I was posted at 8 a.m. At 830 the dogs were pushing a deer. It came with 15 yards of me, stopped and turned. Just as it turned I shot it. I went over, took a couple pictures, was getting ready to gut it when I heard the dogs chasing again. Standing by my first deer, another deer ran out and I shot it! 2 deer (button bucks) in about 15 minutes. I was done for the day but saw 3 more deer (had another running at me just as I was about to start gutting). Year was 2008.
Another dog drive. I was about the 5th person along an open field with an old runway between me and the woods. The first person shot and got a doe. About 10 minutes later, the 2nd person to my left shot, then the person next to me shot, then I shot. I shot a doe that somersaulted in the air. 1st deer of the year for me and I was pumped. Year was 2005.
Dog drive 2006. After getting a 6 pointer in Wisconsin (stand), I was back in North Carolina. The first dog hunt, towards the end of the first drive, I had a doe stop about 15 yards away. I got her and she was big for the area, about 100 # or so. That was a pretty good year for me.
Last one: 1 Jan 2008. Just returned from Iraq and didn't get one during December 2007 but on the last day of the season, January 1st, I went out with the club. First drive of the day I heard the dogs chasing on the other side of the sandy road. About 40 yards away a doe popped out and I dropped her.