Left Lane Lexus Clover

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Here’s another left-lane/won’t-move-over Clover, driving (of course) his Lexus “sport sedan”:

What is it with Clovers and “sport sedans”? It’s like Liberace with a copy of Penthouse. What’s the point?

At first, the Clover paced the car to his right, preventing anyone from passing. Then, Clover sped up (don’t Clovers oppose speeeeeeeeeeeeeeding?). But Clover would not move over.

I ended up passing him on the right. And as he got smaller and smaller in my rearview, I could see him still squatting in the fast lane… because it’s what Clovers do!

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3 COMMENTS

  1. A few more Japanese Automotive Engineers you’ll find in the Automotive Hall of Fame. A museum where the now extinct American Automotive Engineers can be seen as they once were in the America that no longer is.

    Prince vehicles and Nissan vehicles
    Jiro Tanaka

    Nissan Skyline
    Kozo Watanabe (engineer)

    Prius
    Takehisa Yaegashi

    Lexus
    Yukihiko Yaguchi

    Automotive Hall of Fame – Dearborn, MI, MotorCities National Heritage Area
    http://www.automotivehalloffame.org/blog/blog-archives

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