- Dec 19, 2005
- Bulgogi Knedliky 1.6 GDI (Hyundai i30)
It's important to monitor the rear of course, but our previous discussion was about using cruise in a lemmings train in the left lane, which is no problem as long as you keep focus on the front. At least that's what I talked about. Three lanes? That's a result of you people breeding too much on too small surface area. There are two lanesso i assumes you're one of the nutsacks that is reeling a car in at a speeddifference of 1kmh, but sees a car coming on the third band and moves over early because otherwise he would be boxed in, and have to break? and then taking fucking ages to get by the car in front?
it's more important to monitor the cars coming from behind you than the ones in front when in cruise control
Naturally I move to the left lane at a suitable moment so I do not get in the way of people or have to break cruise. Then I make sure my overtaking speed is reasonable compared to the overtaking target until I find a spot I like. Then I settle in at 110. I am also annoyed by people who do not overtake fast enough, as it leads to already mentioned boxing in of me, which makes me break cruise, which makes me unhappy. The most annoying thing on the motorway are people without cruise who cannot maintain a constant speed. And sport bikers who think the motorway is a slalom course. And norwegians.