The Voice of the Road

Flag: Turn Signals & Switching Lanes

240-obh- Kentucky
Saturday, March 24, 2007
KY 240-OBH-
Champagne INFINITI  Q 30
Lexington, Kentucky


Setting the scene: I-75N right before Exit 115 at approximately 8:20am.

What happened: I was in the left most lane, you were in the right most lane, we were riding even with each other. Without using your turn signal you switched lanes into the middle lane, and then proceeded to switch lanes (without using your turn signal, yet again) into my lane, pushing me off onto the side of the road. I honked my horn at you when I first saw you coming over & you continued to come into my lane & run me off the road.

Drivers beware, this driver is truly a hazard to all others out there on the road!


Posted by phuckaduck on Saturday, March 24, 2007 have found the illustrious Infiniti driver who thinks they own the road. Yes, Lexington is bad, but take it from a Kentucky resident who ain't livin there right now, Kentucky ain't the only one with this breed of asshole. KY actually has it easy when it comes to some other states. Infiniti drivers think cause they have a gussied up Nissan they can do whatever they want. It only takes a couple times of turning them into speed bumps that they start gettin the point. A nice "PIT" maneuver (like the cops use) would also be nice to break these assholes of their habits...

Posted by paperwhite on Saturday, March 24, 2007

I have read an article that some Infiniti have a beeping system. When a driver drives on a lane-splitting line, it warns the driver by beeping. Also it beeps when a driver change a lane without using a signal. It seems that this driver's Infiniti does not have one. I think this is a nice feature for people who do not know how to drive.

Posted by TimeRanger on Saturday, March 24, 2007

In Vegas, as often as they move/shift lanes and re-stripe the pavement, those beepers would die of exhaustion.

Posted by daddystoy on Monday, April 23, 2007

yep that's true.

Posted by hskpmgr on Wednesday, May 09, 2007

hey Duck, don't knock the Nissan :)

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