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Old 09-09-2014, 02:37 PM   #29
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On roads with permanent passing lanes (minimum 4 lane roads (2 each way)) I often keep right and travel at less than the speed limit. Where the limit is 75 MPH I'll seldom exceed 65. When I drove a 4-Runner I'd get frequent tailgaters and those who could figure out how to use the passing lane would often shake their fingers at me. Since I got a 3/4 ton pickup truck the knucklehead population _seems_ to have significantly diminished. I believe I drive the same now as before.

This may be anecdotal evidence of people treating others differently based merely on appearance but I believe it is valid. The explanation is left to the student!

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