I found a bunch of full ones in the pasture once. A guy had run off the road and through my fence, and he apparently threw them out in the grass hoping the DPS officer wouldn't notice he was falling down drunk. It didn't work, but I drank the beer anyway.finding empty beer bottles in your pasture just over the fence line by the road
My wife is one of those drivers, that can't stand to have a lot of space between her and the car ahead. I'm talking about 1/4 mile or so. Driving the speed limit, if space opens up, she is obsessed with closing the gap, claiming someone will run into the back of us. Next thing ya know we're speeding by 15mph over the limit, , traffic slows down and she just has to pass 'because the car behind is so close".
(That's how she got a ticket for 90 in a 70 on I-10 west of San Antonio.)
I tell her (to no avail) "Just worry about what's going on in front of you and to the sides, you can't change what is going on behind you. If you run into the back of someone, it's your fault. If someone hits us in the back, it's their fault. They will go around you if they're in a big hurry."
Seems that way don't it. I don't usually drive in the passing lane but I also don't go out of my way to get out of someone's way so they can break the law.In my travels I see signs that say if your traveling under 70 to stay in the right lane. But speed limit there is 70 so does that mean your always speeding if your in the left lane?
The signs I most often see state that the left lane is for passing only. The right lane may be posted at 70mph (max) , but that doesn't mean everyone is mandated by law to drive at that speed; they are only prohibited from exceeding that speed (which few pay any attention to regardless of which lane they are in)In my travels I see signs that say if you're traveling under 70 to stay in the right lane. But speed limit there is 70 so does that mean your always speeding if your in the left lane?