OR Get off my road and out of my rear view
OR If they were thinking what I am seeing.
[Disclaimer: These thought have been going through my head as I drive for the past week or so... They are intended as humor though most are based on not so funny situations I have been in recently.]
The speed limit is 55. That means go 60 on the straight in the passing areas and 40 on the curves.
If I fill your rear view mirror, you will move over. Then I can speed past and slow down on the next bumper.
Ahh - a wide open road, go go go. Wait how fast am I going? Hit the brakes. I think I will sit here next to this other car so no one can pass me.
I am a professional driver with tinted windows and a for hire license plate. I can go 80 in a 65 and zip in and out around slower cars and cut people off and it doesn't matter.
I can drive 70 mph while eating breakfast and talking on my cell phone... as long as it is not raining. When it rains I know to use two hands on the wheel, use lights and wipers, go at least 10 mph below the speed limit, and pump the breaks ever few minutes especially on curves.
Staying close the to car in front of me also helps.
If it is very cold and wet slow down ON bridges as well as through a curve.
When traffic is merging from an on ramp, move over to the left. Even if it means cutting off another car and bringing the speed of that lane down by 10-15 mph.
Don't change lanes unless necessary, even if you are going slow in the fast lane. Other will go around.
When traffic is merging from an on ramp, maintain a constant speed... it does not matter the spacing of the vehicles.
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