- Jun 27, 2007
And that's why I quoted you, it's a law in NJ to keep to the right as a slower moving vehicle. That's why people expect you to move .I mentioned jersey, because in jersey people expect you to move for them.. The difference in traffic etiquette just one state away.
Passing on the right is just as easy. To each their own.
We’re in sync.You just wanna be an *******.
Nah messing. If youre going decently fast in the left lane and someone is going THAT much faster coming up behind you, his impatient *** is prolly gonna pass on the right anyways. Now what I wont do also is if im going pretty fast anyways and you going that much faster and tail my *** highbeaming me and **** to move, yeah I aint moving.
Right, but it’s also illegal to go above the speed limit even on the fast lane. To each their own though...
Discretion. If it’s congested or gridlocked, it makes no sense to dart and speed from lane to lane. It’s physically impossible.
Now if the roads are clear, there’s some wiggle room. Going 80 in a 65 ain’t that bad. 5-15 mph over the limit is not that endangering if you’ve got a good gauge on the traffic.
Now if you’re going like 110, 120, 130+ mph you’re just being an idiot and jeopardize everyone.
If there isn’t much traffic, specially on certain days and during certain hours when you know there isn’t much traffic, you can go certain speeds without jeopardizing everyone else.
Reckless drivers are a special breed of stupid though. Like people who speed in plazas and areas with heavy pedestrians
All These Cell Phones Out Wonder If Anyone Called The Police.