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Lurking truck drivers?

Lurking truck drivers?

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NahAbout 80% of the trucks on the highway have speed governorsMeaning their maximum speed is typically anywhere from 60-65 MPHCargo weight and engine type can also determine whether one truck can go slightly faster than another up inclines, etc So a lot of times, you end up with one truck who can go 65 MPH running behind a truck that can go 63 MPHThe faster truck wants to pass, instead of setting his cruise control to match the other guy's speedAnd of course when the faster guy passes, the slower guy refuses to let off the pedal for a few seconds to let the faster guy get the hll out of the left lane It happens all the time.NOT just to women in cars, but to men women in other trucks who happen to NOT be governed.and it's annoying as all hllCalled a rolling roadblock or occasionally a Swift/Schneider/Werner/JB Hunt roadblock, or whatever slow company trucks that are causing the annoyanceUsually caused by drivers without enough experience courtesy to know how to handle the situation When drivers want to ogle women in cars, they typically run behind each other the guy in back gets on the CB radio and lets the guys in the front know whenever an attractive woman in a car is passing in the left lane, so they can all crane their necksKinda stupid, as all you can see from that height is the driver's legs, anyhow If you think about it, in your scenario, the guy in the passing truck would have no way of knowing whether or not your girlfriend is worth looking at, because he got out in front of her before he had a look at her If you want to know for sure what's going on, get a cheap CB radio magnet mount antenna and put it in your car.if they're looking, they'll be talking amongst themselves, for sure.
NahAbout 80% of the trucks on the highway have speed governorsMeaning their maximum speed is typically anywhere from 60-65 MPHCargo weight and engine type can also determine whether one truck can go slightly faster than another up inclines, etc So a lot of times, you end up with one truck who can go 65 MPH running behind a truck that can go 63 MPHThe faster truck wants to pass, instead of setting his cruise control to match the other guy's speedAnd of course when the faster guy passes, the slower guy refuses to let off the pedal for a few seconds to let the faster guy get the hll out of the left lane It happens all the time.NOT just to women in cars, but to men women in other trucks who happen to NOT be governed.and it's annoying as all hllCalled a rolling roadblock or occasionally a Swift/Schneider/Werner/JB Hunt roadblock, or whatever slow company trucks that are causing the annoyanceUsually caused by drivers without enough experience courtesy to know how to handle the situation When drivers want to ogle women in cars, they typically run behind each other the guy in back gets on the CB radio and lets the guys in the front know whenever an attractive woman in a car is passing in the left lane, so they can all crane their necksKinda stupid, as all you can see from that height is the driver's legs, anyhow If you think about it, in your scenario, the guy in the passing truck would have no way of knowing whether or not your girlfriend is worth looking at, because he got out in front of her before he had a look at her If you want to know for sure what's going on, get a cheap CB radio magnet mount antenna and put it in your car.if they're looking, they'll be talking amongst themselves, for sure.

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