skramer at mac.com
Tue Jul 16 18:05:39 EDT 2002
The only place where I have found this to be true would be Indiana. They
are very courteous folk. Maybe they have a tough Driver's Ed program. It
was great driving there back in college at Ball State.
Unfortunately, I live in Illinois now and this isn't the case. Even in
Wisconsin, drivers are @#$# holes. I am going on vacation out to Montana in
my A6 avant. Will see if some of the other states pass on left.
Worst of all is when you go see a rock concert in Indiana. Everbody just
sits there. I remember seeing Iron Maiden -it was pathetic. In Chicago,
now that's the place to see a concert. :-o
----- Original Message -----
From: "Huw Powell" <human747 at attbi.com>
To: "Kent McLean" <kentmclean at mindspring.com>
Cc: <quattro at audifans.com>
Sent: Tuesday, July 16, 2002 4:28 PM
Subject: Re: Audi Caravan
> > I'm not
> > sure what the rules are for NH's highways
> "horses left, cows right" ought to sum it up I think.
> > There are too many brain dead drivers who get into the left (passing)
> > lane, set their cruise control for 5-10 over the speed limit, and don't
> > move until they get to their exit. And it is usually 100 feet (30m)
> > before their exit that they decide to cut across three lanes to get to
> > the exit.
> There aren't too many - just me - but I do it so often, it creates the
> sense of a trend...
> Huw Powell
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