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In Defense of Left-Lane Camping

Every June, the National Motorist Association uses its own Lane Courtesy Month to produce a rush of news stories about the scourge of “left lane camping,” or drivers who remain in the left lane despite another motorist wishing to pass. A representative paragraph from Vox:  That’s because even if you’re driving fast, there’s always someone going faster. […]
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