Join Date: May 2016
Location: Newark, Delaware
Yeah, slow movers in the passing lane is one of my pet peeves. I've driven the autobahns in Germany a few times and was shocked at the strict lane discipline they maintain. All trucks, trailers, tiny slow cars, etc. stay glued to the right lane (some of that is the law). Most traffic is in the middle lane going ~80-105 MPH. Left lane is for passing. Now of course, any cars cruising along at ~120+ MPH are basically always passing if there's much traffic at all, so they spend a lot of time in the left lane. When it's time to exit, drivers will give you space to move over. No cutting-off, brake-checking, honking, yelling, flipping off, being territorial, etc.
2015 Versys 650 ABS
AMA, MSTA, Retreads
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