I was coming home from town on Saturday and I got stuck behind two trucks with boats and three cars on a two lane highway. The car in the front was just meandering along and when I looked down at my speedometer I was going 45 mph. And then it was 40, oh wait 55, 60, and back to 45 mph. The cars in front of me wouldn’t pass the lead car and there was too much traffic to pass all those fools at once. Then I notice that when there are not cars coming the lead car speeds up and when traffic comes they slow down! What the hell?!!! If you are that afraid of being pulled over for driving 2 miles over the speed limit then don’t drive over the limit at all! I don’t care if you want to drive 40 mph or 70 mph, but pick one speed and stick to that!
For those of you who drive in a city and a more rural place, which is easier to drive in? Are people in the country worse than city drivers? Are we all about the same? I’m curious because after Saturday I thought thank God I don’t have to drive to the cities every day for work because I think I’d go nuts! Then I thought about everyone I know who does drive to/from the cities every day and wonder how they keep their sanity!