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>I>My answer is that I don't yet know if I'm one of those offenders because we haven't yet gone anywhere in the RV. I'm pretty sure, though, that we will be able to manage a few miles faster than 3 mph. At whatever speed we do drive, however, it will be legal -- whether people like you like it or not. Even if you never get to your "motel".


now ...if you EVER find yourself with someone behind your RV, seeming impatient ... you can slow down a skosh, imagine it's f- back there, relax, and SERIOUSLY enjoy yourself.

What a perfectly lovely idea. :)


In my Weltanschauung, if there is a slower vehicle, it will accumulate a train behind it. To me. simple courtesy would say to pull over and let them by if the train gets to (say) five cars. Of course, be sure it's safe to do so, and that there is room to get back on the road. Has nothing to do with the speed limit. Typically, the train accumulates is slow stretches of road. If the slow vehicle sppeds up in the staraigt, level stretches to the speed limit, he is rude, because he is preventing the other cars from passing. My 2¢. (Still the same low price!)

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