On one end of the Mr jack o lanterns pumpkin patch halloween T-Shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this spectrum there’s a single car driving the speed limit in the left lane without passing anyone or yielding to the cars following. This is obviously wrong. Occasionally you will see police enforce the law in this situation. On the other end of the spectrum you’re following another car, who’s following another car, following another car, another car, as far as the eye can see. That’s called traffic. Eventually, a car comes up behind at 95mph, tailgating, flashing lights, flipping you the bird, and expecting traffic to part like the Red Sea. Those are the cars I imagine habitually complain about left lane hogs. I refuse only if I’m already going the speed limit or even above it sometimes. If I have someone tailing me, it just means ghey are speeding. So fuck em. It’s not your job to enforce the speed. If anyone is going faster; you need to move over. I would be on my horn until you move.-also; in places like Atlanta where most people go 15 plus over the speed limit (even cops); you create a safety hazard.
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I had someone tell me they don’t like Oklahoma because a cop pulled them over for driving in the Mr jack o lanterns pumpkin patch halloween T-Shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this passing lane. They said “it is the safer lane statistically.” Not if you don’t use it right, you hob knobber. I’ve noticed over time people pay less and less attention to these types of laws to the extent I don’t even think the average person thinks of the left lane as a passing lane anymore. It’s just another lane. Plus, the highways can be so crowded that it is more dangerous to try to have everyone mostly in one lane, so I’m not complaining that people use the left lane without passing. Passing on the right isn’t that much more dangerous if people aren’t constantly switching lanes in the first place. It’s enforced in Nebraska. I remember in high school I got a ticket for driving and not passing in the fast lane even though no one was behind me.