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Wednesday, April 20, 2011
The property in front of your car belongs to us all.
Typical behavior for our Toronto commuters: We’re driving north on highway 427 taking a ramp to 401 eastbound. I’m approaching three cars taking up three available separate lanes driving at about the same speed (way below the limit). No other traffic 200 yards in front of us, no traffic 200 yards behind us. I can’t pass these slow moving clueless “drivers”. Why don’t people pay attention to what’s going on around them in traffic? We have to be more actively accommodating in the way we treat other drivers around us. Want to drive slowly? Move over! And while you’re at it, please remember to signal your lane change! You are not the owner of the property in front of your car. It belongs to us all.