Saw something on the 401 the other day that I had not seen before in Canada, although I have seen it in the States.
Our brain-dead highway designers keep making the right lane disappear, which means cars always try to force their way to the very end of the disappearing lane before cutting someone off to squeeze in at the very last minute.
OK, so they'd probably do the same thing if the disappearing lane were the left lane as it should be, but at least the driving lane would be sacrosanct.
What I saw was two transport truckers, one in the soon-to-disappear right lane, the other in the middle-soon-to-be-right lane, staggered nose-to-tail so no-one could get by them.
When they got to the end of the merge, the one pulled safely in front of the other.
This forced everyone to play nice and merge in a civilized manner.
A shame (a) the cops don't enforce better lane discipline, and (b) that we need truckers to do their job for them.
But I'm glad someone is doing it.