Trivia from a long drive. Just saying….
California drivers prefer to pass on the right instead of the left. Wonder what they do if they visit Britain?
Most places the leftmost lane is fastest. In California, it is the number 2 lane. In Utah, it seems they all want to go the same speed.
California drivers know what the number two lane is.
Colorado drivers have their own version of the “3 second rule” (you know, the one usually applied to food hitting the floor). A red light isn’t really red if you get to the intersection in the first three seconds after it turns red.
Colorado drivers are slow to go on a green light. This has nothing to do with legal cannabis.
Some California drivers will use any and all lanes to go 1% faster than the rest of traffic.
Massachusetts drivers will use any and all lanes AND the shoulder AND, if necessary, lanes usually reserved for opposing traffic.
Texas drivers are some of the fastest around on flat, straight roads–and some of the slowest on mountain roads.
Kansas drivers confuse merge signs with stop signs when entering freeways.
Wyoming drivers outside their state keep ending up on the shoulders because they expect to be blown back on course by the wind.
California drivers can be in traffic thicker than a Walmart parking lot on Black Friday traveling at 65 mph without batting an eyelash.
Las Vegas drivers have never seen three miles of freeway without road construction detours, barriers or lane closures.
Utah drivers pretend their freeways are roller coasters: slow on the uphill, fast on the downhill.