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Some vehicle types have a percentage of drivers who fit the discourteous stereotype.
Today, Mazda with an air dam on the trunk uses the left turn lanes only ramp off the interstate,
then at the end of the line cuts into the right turn lane. The right turn lane is backed up a quarter mile onto the interstate. This is at lunchtime, so it probably was someone wanting to get to the many restaurants and carryout places on the strip next to the interstate.
Got the Chick-Fil-A and it has entry off an access street behind the store. People line up in the direction that comes from the east to make a left turn across the alley into drive-thru. A car from the west somehow ends up making a turn in front of the cars from the east and is sitting block both lanes of the "street" for 3-4 minutes until the drive-thru line moves again. Brand of car? A Mazda that's a few years old just like the one on the interstate ramp.
That means you're a fast learner!"Road trip" to El Paso (about 40 or so miles down the road). Note that I'm in the far right lane - I accidentally drove into Juárez 40 years ago and I didn't want to make that mistake again.
BTW, is this the exit that the marine took who had 3 guns and he's still being held in Mexico?
Gotta get to Krogers somehow. :grin :)
You'd drive a car like that in the snow?
Looks like a giant Depends.@driver100, in the Sierra around Mineral King, they have problems with marmots chewing wiring and radiator hoses (apparently they love antifreeze). So they wrap cars up in tarps. Guess the critters don't eat that plastic.
@stever said: I'm always a bit nervous driving anywhere near those guys, much less putting the chair out. Big puppies!
Just talk to them. Tell them you'll have Tony Little on HSN turn them into Body by Bison burgers if they give you any trouble.