I was driving home from work the other day and already kind of zoning out because when there are a lot of cars very close to me it’s very easy to get “highway hypnosis” so I was trying to stay alert. But a lot of San Diegans drive FAST during their commute home. This guy seriously freaked me out because he was clearly going faster than me and rather than slow down at a decent stopping distance they chose to slow down only when they were so close to me that I couldn’t see their headlights anymore. People do this all the time, go super fast, get super close to the person in front, change lanes and repeat.

I don’t know about you, but if I see someone is going slower than me, I’ll change lanes before I even get that close. Why is this not the thing people do? Yay driving…

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