Just a little tip from your friendly Truck Driver

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+37 1. velana commented 11 years ago

I agree. Everybody should go as slow as that guy, leaving as big spaces - so i can jump in and out and overtake ya all!
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-4 2. Dmitry commented 11 years ago

Yeah, I see many drivers like him, and also the ones frantically changing lanes and getting nowhere. But only for a few seconds before they get very small and disappear in my rear view mirror :P
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+5 3. fjwjr commented 11 years ago

"I wanna go fast!" Ricky Bobby
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+9 4. loadme commented 11 years ago

hm.. if this is a TIP for drivers, I wonder where they did their license.
Isn't this one of the most basic, most essential and most obvious things to learn in driving school? Not saying everyone is doing it. Just pointing out that everyone already knows it?
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+4 5. Burimi commented 11 years ago

Yes, instead of having 20 cars in front of you with this way of driving you can double them, because they will jump in front of you since they have enough space.

I appreciate his patient but I think that he's not happy for going home.
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-5 6. TesticleTom commented 11 years ago

Stay tuned.

Next week this mega-brain truck driver will astonish you all with another tip:

"Turn the wheel left to go left, and turn it right to go right."
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-12 7. xxxLesy commented 11 years ago

With his "friendly tip" he's actually encouraging dangerous behavior in other drivers who want to squeeze in.
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-9 8. Malakyte commented 11 years ago

A tip from a truck driver not staying in the most right lane... No wonder people overtake him from the right!
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-12 9. imagic commented 11 years ago

yeah great driver, filming manually while driving,, when you do that you are just the biggest asshole on the road.
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+1 10. drunkmonk commented 11 years ago

Can somebody please answer my questin, or your opinion.

Why is that? I mean why is that only in America?

Due to the wide roads or other things I don't know about regarding road architecture? Or is it something else?

My relatives when they lived in America told me about this phenomenon that in a traffic jam it's possible just to go constantly slowly and you don't stop.
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+6 11. Guss commented 11 years ago

#10 this is the same in France ... :(

people run to other and jump on their brake ... idots ...

into traffic, i do like this truck driver. Doing this you also save your brakes, fuel and engine
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+2 12. Edembers commented 11 years ago

This is exactly what the variable speed limits in the UK are about. Slow the traffic down to let the jam clear, then let it speed up again. Works well.
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+3 13. PeTTs0n commented 11 years ago

Traffic flow (in a general sense, rather than just for yourself) is always something to strive for rather than just forcing and pushing ahead, so this guy is definitely onto something so many people are missing. Every overtake and lane change is inefficient in the sense that you make other people brake for you - which in turn will cause a disruption in the traffic flow, and if everyone starts doing this, the only thing they'll achieve is a slower flow for everyone.
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0 14. bella1 commented 11 years ago

Why are SUV's the lane jumpers ?
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+1 15. archis commented 11 years ago

I think we need to do some test and see results.
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+1 16. Dumfbuck commented 11 years ago

His thinking makes perfect sense. In Copenhagen, car drivers are the same, but bicyclists have learned that instead of racing to the next red light you stop pedalling and adjust your speed so you don't have to stop because of the guy in front of you is at a halt like this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Suugn-p5C1M
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0 18. jackDjohnson commented 11 years ago

(( HONK HONK )) GET THE FUK OUTA MY WAY !!!!!! LMAO VERrrrrroooommmm....LOL :D :x
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-1 19. mal2751 commented 11 years ago

yeh, great tip, but what about the 1000 cars behind you, its no wonder there is traffic jams if you cruise along at 5 mph...!
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0 20. CarDusan commented 11 years ago

If you try this in Belgrade you will be instantly jammed, because every free square meter we using to overtaking :))