Today, we have that rare animal – the good Clover! Who actually isn’t a Clover at all. Because she (in this case) pulled off onto the shoulder to let the cars stacking up behind her get by.
This makes her not a Clover.
A Clover would have kept on creeping along at 15 MPH below the speed limit – oblivious to the cars stacking up behind her.
It’s not slow-driving that defines a Clover. What defines a Clover is forcing others to drive slow by using your vehicle to prevent them from driving faster. It’s inconsiderate driving, in other words, that separates the Clover from the non.
So, a tp of the hat to this unknown woman – who moved over once she realized she was blocking traffic. If only her kind were more common!
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