Imagine you’re travelling down a rural interstate where traffic isn’t very dense. The left lane is by law for passing only although the cops rarely pull people over for it. You pass someone and end up behind someone else who’s just cruising along in the left lane more slowly than you want to go. You can’t tell for sure that there’s no one in the right lane, but after a few minutes it’s obvious they’re not in the left lane to pass anyone. You could pass them on the right, but since you can’t really see what’s in that lane until you’re completely in it, it’s slightly dangerous. You flash your headlights at the person in front of you to try to get their attention but they’re either oblivious or don’t care.
At this point, what would you do? Would you just pass them on the right and forget about it or would you call in to the cops to try to get them pulled over? Would the cops likely even do anything? I’m usually a live-and-let-live kind of person but when someone willfully disrupts traffic and causes a dangerous situation, that really pisses me off. I’ve had this happen several times on my recent trips to Dallas and I’m getting tired of it. What do you guys think about it?