Should it be legal?
If you consider that the vast majority of drivers haven’t even mastered the current system, I’d say that’s a resounding NO.
The AA once recommended undertaking to be made legal, and that for me, was the end of the AA as a serious motoring organization.Posted 4 years agoJunkyardMember
it is legal [ if they are turning right for example]
TBH on motorways where I approach cars at my rate of knots [ often I do as much as 60 mph] on the inside lane and they have sat in the middle i just carry on – its not great but I assume safer than puling across three lanes then back in also at my speed I am a real pain t the outside [ fast] lane vehicles.
I thought technically undertaking involved changing lane to pass – is this correct?Posted 4 years agoBushwackedSubscriber
Yeah, my understanding was you can pass a car on the left as long as you don’t immediately pull in front of it afterwards. I knew it as “making progress” rather than under/overtaking.
I actually find driving on busy motorways in the slow lane quite relaxing – you are normally doing a similar speed to the fast lane and there is less of that start stop nonsense.Posted 4 years ago
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