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Old 07-13-2016, 11:47 AM   #43
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Are you implying that those who don't want to pull over have traffic control in mind, rather than their own convenience or safety?
Nope, I'm saying that some people believe it is their job to keep people from speeding. Moving over to let someone who wants to drive faster than you is a courtesy, why does it matter what speed they are driving?
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Nope, I'm saying that some people believe it is their job to keep people from speeding. Moving over to let someone who wants to drive faster than you is a courtesy, why does it matter what speed they are driving?
X2 ..... I just couldn't say it without making it personal.
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Old 07-13-2016, 02:29 PM   #45
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Just wanted to share a something that happened to us while on a 2 lane windy country road...

When we had a 27' travel trailer, we were towing at the speed limit (55 mph I think) on a kinda windy country road. We kept hearing a "whirring" sound every so often. Both of us heard it but couldn't determine where it was coming from since it would fade in and out. Finally, when the road straightened out some, the sherriff's car that was behind us with his lights and siren blaring passed us at the fastest speed he could do I think!!!!! Never saw him back there in the mirrors. I guess every time he did try to pull out and pass, the "whirring" of his siren was the sound we could not identify!!!!
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Old 07-13-2016, 02:40 PM   #46
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Moving over to let someone who wants to drive faster than you is a courtesy, why does it matter what speed they are driving?
It doesn't matter to me what speed they're driving, what matters to me is what speed I'm driving. As for extending courtesies, well by it's nature a courtesy is optional.
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