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Left lane slowpokes

Hey yall read this. For everyone saying “i can go slow where i want because im scared to drive and probably shouldn’t have a license” read this you donkeys.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Yes the left lane is for passing however it does not give you a free pass to do 40 over the limit I so many people do on 17 to and from Chelmsford
    Also in to add to that when both lanes on roads are busy I E rush hour on the Kingsway neither Lane can be reserved for passing and this also does not give you a free pass to swear in and out of traffic like a maniac

    • Anonymous says:

      It doesnt matter what speed people want to drive they make their decisions and choose their actions not you. Mind your own drive how you choose and respect others. You dont know why someones speeding, wife is in labour, a parent had an unexpected accident or called in to say goodbye, wife called and said water heater sprung a leak and doesnt know what to do. Worry about you, that is who you are responsible for.

      • Anonymous says:

        Well sorry if I dont wanna share road with assholes who only think about themselves

      • Anonymous says:

        And these idiots that speed well over a hundred on 17 daily are just thought idiots
        Like there is a few of me I see on my way to work every day being reckless like maybe if you left on time you wouldn’t be late

      • Anonymous says:

        Hey all you slow poke drivers get off your cell phones, sober up, put your glasses on and get new headlight bulbs and maybe you wouldnt feel so in “danger” doing highway speeds ON A HIGHWAY. What would you slow people do if you lived in the states and the limit was 80 miles per hour (128km/h) on a 2 lane highway? Cars are safer, faster, and more fuel efficient than ever, why then have they lowered limits over the years? Too many dementia patients behind the wheel that’s why.

      • Anonymous says:

        Can’t tell the brake pedal from the gas pedal? Time to cut your license in half and take the bus.

      • Anonymous says:

        How can you leave “on time” every day when some days there is a 1 hour construction delay and 15 minutes of trains, and other days its smooth sailing? Theres no rhyme or reason, heck I can’t even check the train schedule at the crossing to see if it will be a delay or not in the morning. Some people dont understand at all because all they have to do is drive 20 feet to get to work. How come they cant do it, it’s soooooo easy for me. Not everyone has that extra hour every day to make sure they get to work on time. And even have to deal with weird questioning for showing up to work too early lol. So what am I supposed to do circle the block for 30 minutes on those days I’m early?

      • Anonymous says:

        Again you missed the mark on my comment I’m talking about those people that are like excessive speeds to the point one would think that they are racing

      • anonymous says:

        It’s not your job to control other’s speeding. You are not a cop.You ,in fact, sound like a problem driver.”I don’t want to share the road with assholes”.There’s an old saying…….
        meet an asshole in the morning, you met an asshole….keep meeting assholes all day? You’re the asshole.

    • Anonymous says:

      Know where do they say I want to control their speed all I’m saying is the left-hand Lane is not a free pass to do whatever the hell you want

      • Anonymous says:

        “I dont want to share the road with assholes who only think about themselves” the only asshole here is you. The people wanting to drive faster or needing to because again you dont know what they are going through share the road and respect others. You are the only one thinking about themselves.

  2. Brock says:

    Basically, it means to slow down in the left lane and challenge the ticket.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Just getting ready to make a left hand turn in 10 km!

  4. Anonymous says:

    They need to also go after right lane speeders.. you know the ones.. they drive the limit or below till they reach a passing lane, than drive 120-140+ in the right lane and don’t allow anyone to pass them, unless they excessively speed in the left lane. These people are even more of a dangerous driver, than people that don’t move out of the left lane.

    • Anonymous says:

      Those ppl are from toronto and are not used to 2 lane highways, that is the only explanation I have for that shit behaviour. I had a torontonian get mad at me for passing at night on a broken yellow line on the highway, scared the shit out of him lol and he thought I was crazy. Dude you can pass if it’s safe it’s a broken yellow line.

      • Anonymous says:

        Most of the ones I see do it are local.. I see their cars around town all the time. … besides, it doesn’t matter where your from, road rules are road rules.

      • Anonymous says:

        Well if you want to talk rules you can still pass on solid yellow lines if safe to do so the lines are guidelines plain and simple.

      • Anonymous says:

        Just most of the time the double yellows aren’t exactly safe. Some areas not too bad, but in a corner or something nah hell no.

      • Anonymous says:

        The only time you can pass with double solid lines is if there is a sign posted saying you can, otherwise you CAN”T pass on double solid lines, that is why they are solid and not broken. I have seen people passing on double solid lines, when there is a sign posted that states NOT to… The lines are NOT suggestions and neither are the posted limits. 10 over is acceptable, unless in a passing lane. If the guy your trying to pass is doing 120, obviously you have to go faster to get by him. cause you know damn well he will be doing 80 after the passing lane.

      • anonymous says:

        I was once in a vehicle {not the driver} that was ticketed for….”passing on a solid line”. Not sure where this idea it’s only a “suggestion” came from. It is definitely a chargeable offence.

      • Anonymous says:

        Don’t you know most of the laws are just suggestions to you get caught LOL

      • Anonymous says:

        I have one of those signs like the stop signs on busses but mine swings out and says “Passing on double yellows ok.” Glad to know I’m legal.

      • Anonymous says:

        Ontario’s Highway Traffic Act is the only act that doesn’t specifically ban crossing the double line. Crossing it is not illegal — but it’s still a lousy idea. “A solid line is a restrictive marking that is meant to signal to the driver that passing is unsafe

      • Anonymous says:

        Two second google folks its really simple. Where people come up with their “knowledge” is beyond me.

      • anonymous says:

        If you cause an accident while passing on a solid yellow line you can ,however be charged with making an unsafe pass or failure to share the road.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Yaaaaassssssa!!!!!

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