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mouton
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Spinoff thread: Do you view the left lane as a passing lane on a city street?
Do you expect people to get over to let you pass when driving on a two lane street in town?


TheWiz
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re: Spinoff thread: Do you view the left lane as a passing lane on a city street?
Yes


ipodking
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re: Spinoff thread: Do you view the left lane as a passing lane on a city street?
I love going slow in front of a clown who thinks he owns the city streets.


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Canard Noir
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re: Spinoff thread: Do you view the left lane as a passing lane on a city street?
I try to abide by it when it's practical to do so but I certainly don't expect others to do it.


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AnonymousTiger
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re: Spinoff thread: Do you view the left lane as a passing lane on a city street?
No


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steeltiger17
Member since Mar 2015
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re: Spinoff thread: Do you view the left lane as a passing lane on a city street?
No. I'm eyeing that left turn 5 miles down the road. frick off


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mouton
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re: Spinoff thread: Do you view the left lane as a passing lane on a city street?
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Yes


Do you ride someone's arse when they do not get over?


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Salmon
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re: Spinoff thread: Do you view the left lane as a passing lane on a city street?
No.


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Peazey
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re: Spinoff thread: Do you view the left lane as a passing lane on a city street?
It isn't really feasible seeing as people need to be in the left lane, you know, to turn left off of the street.


TheArrogantCorndog
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Member since Sep 2009
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re: Spinoff thread: Do you view the left lane as a passing lane on a city street?
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It isn't really feasible seeing as people need to be in the left lane, you know, to turn left off of the street.




Totally agree... on city streets it is not a designated passing lane


Placebeaux
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re: Spinoff thread: Do you view the left lane as a passing lane on a city street?
No, its not the interstate. People that think the left lane on a city street is the fast lane are wrong.


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slackster
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Houston
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re: Spinoff thread: Do you view the left lane as a passing lane on a city street?
If it's a surface street with left and right hand 90 degree turns, there isn't a passing lane IMO.


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mouton
Washington Fan
Savannah,Ga
Member since Aug 2006
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re: Spinoff thread: Do you view the left lane as a passing lane on a city street?
I agree as well. Just curious on everyone's thoughts here as I notice people flying up behind me and tailgating when I am in the left lane driving over the speed limit. If I see someone coming up behind me at a faster speed than I am traveling I will get over if it is convenient but I damn sure want if they fly up on me.


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AU_251
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re: Spinoff thread: Do you view the left lane as a passing lane on a city street?
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the law is that any car driven slower than the “normal speed of traffic” should be in the right lane, even if it’s going at the speed limit.


GET THE frick OUT OF MY WAY
This post was edited on 8/19 at 3:31 pm


mouton
Washington Fan
Savannah,Ga
Member since Aug 2006
21108 posts

re: Spinoff thread: Do you view the left lane as a passing lane on a city street?
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GET THE frick OUT OF MY WAY


Does driving like an idiot make you feel like a badass? I bet you fly up to red lights and stop signs and decelerate at the last minute because you are so important and in such a big hurry.


DollaChoppa
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Midtown ATL
Member since May 2008
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re: Spinoff thread: Do you view the left lane as a passing lane on a city street?
I like to put on my turn signal like im about to get over, just to frick with them if they try to tailgate me.


GRTiger
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re: Spinoff thread: Do you view the left lane as a passing lane on a city street?
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quote:
the law is that any car driven slower than the “normal speed of traffic” should be in the right lane, even if it’s going at the speed limit.


GET THE frick OUT OF MY WAY



Go around, you vulgarian frick.


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AU_251
South Alabama Fan
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re: Spinoff thread: Do you view the left lane as a passing lane on a city street?
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Does driving like an idiot make you feel like a badass?


If going above the speed limit is driving like an idiot, i wish more people were idiotic.

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I bet you fly up to red lights and stop signs and decelerate at the last minute because you are so important and in such a big hurry.


I bet you're not good at gambling


Epic Cajun
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
Lafayette, LA
Member since Feb 2013
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re: Spinoff thread: Do you view the left lane as a passing lane on a city street?
No, you shouldn't even be driving fast enough for a "passing" lane in most cities.


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cas4t
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re: Spinoff thread: Do you view the left lane as a passing lane on a city street?
I hit my windshield wiper fluid for a few seconds and give em a good spray

It's fun and keeps me from getting angry at someone wanting to do 50 in a 35 when I have a left turn coming up


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