Driving requires common courtesy

To me driving in the right hand lane other than passing someone is part of my driving skill.

To me driving in the right hand lane other than passing someone is part of my driving skill.

I see too many people sitting in the passing lane being oblivious to any traffic behind them; they are often the same ones to forget to turn off their windshield wipers when it stops raining.

Aren’t we always told to keep an eye on traffic around us, which means not only what is going on in front of us but also what happens behind us?

Isn’t it common courtesy to make the passing lane available to faster drivers, especially when driving below the speed limit?

Not constantly driving in the passing lane also does not clog up our highways as much because traffic moves more efficiently.

H. Voermann, Sidney

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