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One other vote for Option 2 - Do you realize that when you compete for that last space or closest cut in on a road you are not in control of the outcome - it depends on the other person (victim) to yield. However if you choose to let someone in, around, or across you have total control of the outcome. Much better result- FYI when flying in Navy we always preached maintain the superior position, establish control and avoid any conflict you can't control. Most times the whole situation doesn't really add much time to the trip. 500 miles at 65 mph means you are arriving about 30 minutes minutes after the guy who has to go 75. Hell it takes that long to fuel up!


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I know what you mean Dub. Down here we have a few places that go from 3 lanes to 2, or 2 to 1 with little warning. The locals know what's coming up but the Yankees have no clue until they are in the pinch. So let them in!

Agreed Danny, option 2, a little hospitality for the innocent.





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I guess the difference between control and being crapped on is the frame of mind. I know you can have the right of way and insist on being right ............. dead right.





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option 1 - option 2 - option 3?















If they're bigger than you - option 2 should be followed. Big Grin


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