Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Right lane paving

People seem to want other drivers to stay ton the right to allow passing, and I agree. But how to help encourage that? simple, just apply a comfort factor.

Pave the right lane so it's smoother then the left. This will get people to us the left lane long enough
to pass.

Note: When in actual traffic, don't expect the person in front of you to get out of your way, it makes no sense.


Mr Squid said...

In general North Americans do not understand the concept of driving efficiently. We tend to think that the rules don't apply to us, and then get upset when other people behave the same way. I find it so much easier to drive in Germany, or Britain, or even Spain, than I do driving in the US or Canada.

Garrett Moffitt said...

I think it is the few rotten apples.
However, people like a smooth ride. Irritating that person doing 55 in the number 1 lane so they move into the number 2 lane helps clear out that lane.

What I mean by 'Idea'

By 'Idea' I mean something practical. This might be an improvement or something new but it should be practical.
For example:
"We should all have jet packs."
While a great idea, it's not very practical.
If I had an idea on how to improve the thrust/weight ratio, then that would be a practical idea. That being the only real problem that would need to be solved for jet packs.