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March 23, 2013


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What should you do if traffic in the adjacent lane backs up before you have a chance to merge? For example, when you're in the right lane and the other lane slows before you can see any signs or lane markings indicating the merge or exit or when going from a merge lane onto an already jammed highway. Sometimes there's no gap and if you slow to wait for a space to open, you risk someone hitting you from behind.

John B

Jim, I'm a skeptic. Maybe those people were driving in the left lane all the time. If the left lane was closed up ahead, I wonder if the same drivers would all move to the right lane one kilometre before the closure. I bet not as many until the last moment.

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