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I too have seen an uptick in people who pull right to turn left and vice versa. They act like they've got a trailer on the back of their vehicle and since they're going out of their lane to do this, they're likely to cause an accident.
 
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Originally posted by Pale Horse:
The other day I was driving behind a guy who got into the left turn lane, slowed like he was making a left turn, and then made a right turn crossing in front of me causing me to slam on my brakes. He didn’t use any turn signals at all. I’ve never in my life considered following a guy to yell at him but the thought crossed my mind on that one.

Some people truly believe they are the only ones on the road.


Many years ago I was driving in the downtown area. On a 4 lane 1 way road far right lane goes straight or turn right, 2nd and 4rd lanes from the right are straight only. The far left lane the one I was in can turn left or go straight.
Driving in my 1990's Land Rover Disco I am going to go straight. The old uninsured POS old man makes a left turn front he straight only lane. I T boned that asshole in his drivers door. Knocked his 80's Chrysler K car wagon out of my way and was still going well enough to make it through the intersection. I will say the air bag did not go off and I really didn't feel much of the hit either.


Always the pall bearer, never the corpse.
 
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