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Re: Do you block them out?

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05-11-2013 07:11:52

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Two cars racing to get the same spot in a given lane?? Not a good plan sez this DE instructor. Best to signal, and find someone willing to let you in. Really helps if you're going same speed as traffic you're entering. And yes, there are a lot of jerks out there that want to contest you for a spot on the pavement. The guy who gets home at night without any dents is the nner!

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05-14-2013 20:36:15

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 Re: Do you block them out? in reply to RayP(MI), 05-11-2013 07:11:52  
That works in most of the country. You've never been to CT have you? Land of the homeless, they have nowhere else to be from 7AM to 7PM other than go clog up the highways.

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05-11-2013 07:58:43

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 Re: Do you block them out? in reply to RayP(MI), 05-11-2013 07:11:52  
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Might work if you are driving a car. If you are driving an 18 wheeler though, the rules change, because if you DON'T make that lane change in preperation for the upcoming exit, you will miss that exit, and more likely than not, you WILL end up in a tight spot where an 18 wheeler is NOT supposed to be, and there will be absolutely NO opportunity to turn around.

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