This is a question I always ask truckers but I can never get an answer.
So the other day, I was going about 63 in a 65 for about 3 miles behind a another trucker.
He of course was in the 2nd lane from the right.
We were on I 85 between Greensboro and Burlington where trucks are only allowed in the two right lanes.
So seeing that he wasn't going to speed up or switch lanes, I went in the right lane to go around him.
Now all of you guys know already what he did right?
He did what most of you do, he sped up. Of course the
more i spend up he sped up, then I slowed down he slowed down but I knew he was going to do that so as soon as he slowed down i gased on it and did what I had to do.
While I was down at the Pilot fueling, this clown pulls up. When he gets out the truck, I just politely walked over there to him and told the trucker I had always want to ask a driver face to face a very simple question.
Why do you speed drive the same speed for miles block a lane, for whatever reason, (I actually can understand why he was hesitant to get in the right lane, that's not the issue) and as soon as someone gets in the right lane to pass (only when we are not allowed in the lane to the left of course) do you speed up to keep us from passing you.
His answer was I didn't see you.
lololol. and that's pretty much what i did laughed and walked off. I didn't have to say to him that its ignorant.
So let me ask you guys, cause he is not the first one whose done it, is something wrong with me thinking that is one of the most ignorant moves on the highway or am I right. If I am right then why do so many drivers do it?
You know who it is,
The Crazy Trucker