I most certainly did not assume anything. Responsible driving starts at the driver. The awareness of driving a lifted vehicle goes way beyond what outside conditions warrant. On average, there are three lanes to the freeway, You don't have to be furthest left all the time and try to keep up with the vehicles going 80 mph. One can utilize defensive driving anywhere by increasing stopping distances, constantly checking mirrors and using turn signals 200 ft before you plan to turn or merge. Letting other people know what you plan to do far before you do it will allow their small brains time for it to sink in and hopefully avoid an accident. When all else fails, install a train horn and wake them up from their car coma.
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