First, if you are going slow in fast lane and someone behind you wants to pass, just get over. Not now, but right now. It doesn’t make you a weak man or woman. It’s simply the rules of the road.
Second, if you are doing fifty and below (or sixty-five and below in Michigan) in the slow lane, exit stage left. You don’t need to be on the highway. Get off now.
Third, if you cut a person off, you are inviting the person you disrespected a Ride-My-Ass free card. You gave them permission to do that, so get over yourself.
Fourth, if you are riding someone for no reason except for boundaries issues, then you have given that person the right to slow down to twenty-five and free reign to stop whenever they choose to.
Fifth, blinkers are our friends. It would be best for all parties on the road if these are used as often as possible.
Sixth, if there is a turn lane…it should be used. Turning left from the right lane is an accident waiting to happen– all day every day.
Seventh, it’s best for everyone on the road that you look before you change lanes. A thought turning into an immediate action is not always welcome.
Eighth, switching lanes at the same time the person behind you is, is downright annoying. It’s not a race. Stay in your lane and take turns, kay?
That is all.