while I agree that the Lineman quarterback in my life football american flag T-Shirt also I will do this passing lane should not be misused, but the problem isn’t people who don’t get out of it, the problem is people who rage about it. road rage. people like you OP. people that take it to their own hands and either tailgate them to push them out of the lane or does some dangerous stupid maneuver that almost gets all of us killed. Because when I’m already doing 80 mph in a 65 actively passing traffic I don’t really give a fuck about the guy behind me who wants to go 82 mph and rides my ass. My state says for slower traffic to keep right. I am often going about 12MPH above the speed limit. I am not slower traffic. If you wanna go even bloody faster, I don’t care. Only reason is I’m ever in the Left lane is passing or if my turn is coming up. However I hate not being able to get over in heavy traffic and have missed my turn because people wouldn’t let me over. so if I notice traffic is heavy, I’ll move over to the left asap and just stay there the whole time until I turn off the highway. Basically I do it because other people are doing it too.
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Depending on how the Lineman quarterback in my life football american flag T-Shirt also I will do this road is currently (basically time of day) I will stay in the middle lane (open road, few cars) or prefer the left lane so I don’t have to worry about merging traffic. But a lot of it depends on how the road is, potholes and stuff will have me avoid being in that lane. But if it’s late at night and not busy, I just drive as casually as possible. Probably a little below the limit, and not a care for the lane I’m in. I was about to ask this exact question to the ask Reddit subreddit. Glad it got so much traction. People that do this drive me crazy. If you sped up behind me while I was passing someone else and are now tailgating me, that might be why, and why I am also gradually slowing down. I always move over if someone maintains a safe distance.