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Old 11-19-2013, 09:11 PM   #15
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The cars that can't merge are also the cars that bolt 30 over the limit, then slow down 30 under the limit on every curve, they pass they fall back like a ping pong.

Coming from a younger generation, many of these people are selectively very green. Everyone who has a larger vehicle is bad. Never mind if their car is out of tune.

Stricter enforcement of bad driving not just speeding would help curb this problem. As long as they get away with it this will repeat.

These ppl also complain about all the horrible RV drivers just check YouTube.

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Old 11-21-2013, 05:42 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by fansill View Post

I agree with you. I try to stay in the middle lane just to avoid the idiots "merging" onto the highway. I also try to stay between 60 and 65 mph and sometimes the cars behind me get a little aggravated...but I do not care.

What is the alternative? Do we stay in the far right lane and brake everytime some Bozo tries to cut in front of us? I have done this on occasion but then it grows old very fast and I get frustrated because I am forced to drive in a manner that suits everyone else on the road but is not really fair. If I want to drive at the speed limit or a trifle below, I should never be penalized or cut off because of that.

I think that many people are just jealous when they see a beautiful RV going down the road. They want what we have and they feel that they can cut us off and flip us the bird because they cannot find the happiness that we have in our rolling home.

I think that we should just say to heck with them all and drive the way we want. Drive safely but never give an inch....just kidding....I always give way for the morons who try to get in front of me as they are entering the road. I am in no hurry and if they are determined to get in front of me...well I will let them....


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Very well said Thank you. I usually am always in the center lane in city with cruise set and hold my foot over the break pedal just in case. I also just got a dash cam.

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The fact is MOST drivers do not know how to merge onto a highway and that is why I use the center lane on all three lane highways.
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The fact is MOST drivers do not know how to merge onto a highway and that is why I use the center lane on all three lane highways.

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