My state recently raised the interstate limit to 70 mph, most traffic now drives 75-79 mph. Some 80+ mph. The RV going down a crowded interstate way below the limit creates a dangerous situation. You see plenty of crazy driving as the average speed cars and trucks drive around the moving road block. Places where the interstate is three lanes wide, you see a very slow RV in the right lane driving next to another slow RV in the middle lane. This leaves only the left lane for normal speed traffic.
Like most motorcycles, not sure why more of the huge, slow RVs donít take secondary roads where the RV is driving closer to the speed limit and the speed of the normal traffic.
My state is also the home to all Left Lane Larrys (drivers that only drive in the left lane forcing everyone to pass in the right lane) and Jr. Jeff Gordon racers (cruise control challenged drivers that speed up as you attempt to pass and slow back down once you slide in behind them).
When you mix in a Left Lane Larry or Jr. Jeff Gordon racer around a slow moving RV, it can take miles and miles and miles to get past these drivers.
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