||On a two-way road, the middle line indicates
where the middle of your car should be.
||A flashing red light is no different than a flashing
yellow light - both should be ignored.
||If you pass with no room between you and oncoming traffic,
it is their responsibility to swerve into the ditch.
||Signs indicating the speed limit are for comic value
only. Three times the posted speed is just fine.
||When stopped at a traffic light, with one or more cars
in front of you, you must honk as soon as the light goes
green to make sure the front car knows it is time to go.
||To make a left turn, swing onto the right shoulder and
then madly swerve left (without signaling)
||Do not signal - ever - it is a sign of fear.
||Flashing your lights is the best way to indicate your
displeasure with another driver's performance.
||At a two-lane intersection with traffic lights, three
(or preferrably four or five) cars should line up shoulder
to shoulder and race into the correct lanes once the light
||When overtaking, it is best to return
to your lane as soon as your back bumper clears the front
bumper of the slower vehicle.