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These people cause more accidents from everybody getting frustrated and punching it to go around and end up crashing or getting crashed into. I have never seen anything like this attitude in Denver, where they cruise in the left lane and if you get on their tail, they sling you the bird!
Still refusing to get out of the way and go cruise in the right lane. Well, James, that is the complaint that I get more often than any other during my Friday Facebook live broadcast on the Denver7 Facebook Page. People who like to drive fast like to use the left lane and they get really, really, really bugged when there is someone going slower than they want to go camping out there in the left lane. Read more traffic issues driving people crazy. Let me highlight the main problem in that law for frustrated Denver drivers.
I heard from one person who would like to see the Colorado Department of Transportation remind drivers of the left lane law by posting it on the overhead signs. That might be a good way to start and see how that helps. I have an entire team of drivers who have been trained to do this all around the country. Our mission is to create safe driving, slow driving, and road rage. If you can't safely get out of driver's way without speeding, maintain your way and they'll go around you, says Brian Smiley, spokesman with Manitoba Public Insurance.
There's peer pressure to go faster.
But you're entitled to do the speed limit," Smiley says. Hesson-Bolton says she has no choice but to slow down if someone is following her too closely and she can't safely get out of their way. Not much, maybe a kilometre or two an hour," she says.
Driving You Crazy: Viewer pleads, if you are not passing, stay out of the left lane!
If they get too close I'll slow down again and they'll figure out 'If I stay farther away from this person, she'll go faster. If you have any driving queries for Jason, send him a message at globedrive globeandmail. This is a space where subscribers can engage with each other and Globe staff. Non-subscribers can read and sort comments but will not be able to engage with them in any way. Click here to subscribe.
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