Originally Posted By GM_Guy
LOL the driver instructors choice of road. The question is: was the lesson of the day go with the flow of traffic for safety, or keep a safe following distance? =-)

You learn real quick to keep the door closed and your eyes open for the inevitable slamming on of the brakes for no good reason.


Lol, reminds me of my driver instructor. We got onto I55, and I was doing the speed limit (55) in the right lane. Getting passed by people going 75. Told me to speed up, and thats its okay to bend the rules a bit on the highway lol.

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