Do you have a CDL? Clearly not. Class A laws are not the same as class C being that trucks carry heavy cargo that alters the braking ability, on top of the fact thay trucks use air-brakes and risk jack-knifing when braking or switching lanes suddenly, which together limit the safe braking ability of trucks, making that extra large gap between trucks and the car(s) in front of it necessary to avoid accidets, otherwise the person cutting in will get rammed.Ever heard of yielding, bud? Educate yourself.
What makes me road rage the most tho is dumbasses who drive at your speed when trying to merge into highways, expecting you to move over and let them in. Thats not how it works. You either speed up if youre ahead or slow down when youre behind. Its not the highway traffic's responsibility to accomodate the clueless on-rampers.
wooah there hes a trucker / marine. Dude hes obviously an jarhead who has earned his rights to drive how he wants
What are you talking about? Honestly, I think It'd be best for you to just keep your ignorant mouth shut if all you're going to do is base your arguments off of assumptions. Get out of here...
9 times out of 10, they "cut you off at the last minute" because you refuse to let him in when the blinker first goes off. Dont blame truckers for your lack of courtesy, and wonder why they get vindictive.
Trucks down here, and there is a lot it is Texas haha, tend to have a lot of road rage and like to cut you off at the last minute. Then if you pass them or try to merge, they'll speed up and waste all of their gas like a bunch of redneck idiots.
I'm sure staying in my lane and seeing a truck riding behind me that decides to speed up and then cut me off without a blinker is my fault right. Right? Right? What f*cking world are you living in?
You're the type of person that we don't need on the road. Where and how did you get your license? You sound like an absolute dickhead of a driver, I'm just being completely honest with you.
And switching lanes from the right lane to a middle lane is illegal for several safety reason.
Educate yourself before telling me to do the same.
Edit: you speak like the typical ignorant class c driver; you dont understand the differences and challenge of being a class A driver. I guarantee you that if you get yourself educated and acquire a class A license, your tone and view on the matter will change deamatically. You and i are not the same; your class c laws dont apply to me, since im regulated and held at a different standard.
And to answer your question, i got my license in California, the state with the strictes rules and regulations for commercial drivers.
Got this from the link u provided:
"Yielding - used when speaking of traffic regulations, means that you must give the right-of-way to the vehicle that is LAWFULLY proceeding on the roadway. " Its unlawful to cut in or match the speed of the car beside you, trying force other vehicles out of their lane, just so you can force your way in.