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RE: MN new laws August 1st

There's plenty of times that we move into the left lane because the right lane is terribly bumpy. The law keeping people out of the left lane is insane. I like the law in Arkansas, don't impede traffic in the left lane. So that makes you somehow exempt from the law because you think your rig doesn't ride to your liking on certain roads? What is in fact insane is the thought that somehow we are above the law and it is ours to ignore!Not insane, common sense. Rote obedience is ridiculous. Blindly obeying ordinances even when there's no good reason, is absurd. If there's no cars around, I will even cross the street against the light. How's that for being a scofflaw! It is so heartening that we have so many "common sense" people who make up their own minds as to what is right and wrong. So grateful people can decide independently when obeying ordinances they disagree with is absurd. We seem to have a lot of that going on lately.I'm curious what you do about the long-forgotten laws that are still on the books in places. Do you make sure you obey those too? What about Jim Crow laws? Don't forget to obey all of these: In Cleveland it's illegal to catch mice without a hunting license. Columbus archives say that it is illegal for stores to sell cornflakes on a Sunday. In Ohio it's illegal to kill a housefly within 160 feet of a church without a license. Oxford law states it is unlawful for a woman to appear in public while unshaven. This includes legs and face. And don't forget "Ignorance of the law is no excuse". I'm sorry, but you must know what a dumb post that really is. The laws you mention are all very old and simply examples of outdated ones that have not been repealed. What is being discussed here is contemporary and problematic. These laws are being passed in many states to reaffirm what has long been safety concerns, common sense courtesy and reasonableness of slower traffic keep right. All this... I watch and move over when I see traffic approaching is BS and even those stating it know better. The closing speed of modern traffic where passenger cars are over taking slow moving and cumbersome RV's, often 50 feet or more in length, represents a problem. But, here we have a representation of those ignorant of the problem and thinking they are more important, choosing to ignore the law because they don't like the "ride". It is great you choose to meander down the highway causing problems, ignoring the rights of others, and considering yourself far more knowledgeable than the general public. You, Sir, represent the attitudes that cause the general public to dislike the RV users.
JALLEN4 08/05/19 05:28am General RVing Issues
RE: MN new laws August 1st

There's plenty of times that we move into the left lane because the right lane is terribly bumpy. The law keeping people out of the left lane is insane. I like the law in Arkansas, don't impede traffic in the left lane. So that makes you somehow exempt from the law because you think your rig doesn't ride to your liking on certain roads? What is in fact insane is the thought that somehow we are above the law and it is ours to ignore!Not insane, common sense. Rote obedience is ridiculous. Blindly obeying ordinances even when there's no good reason, is absurd. If there's no cars around, I will even cross the street against the light. How's that for being a scofflaw! It is so heartening that we have so many "common sense" people who make up their own minds as to what is right and wrong. So grateful people can decide independently when obeying ordinances they disagree with is absurd. We seem to have a lot of that going on lately.
JALLEN4 08/04/19 06:36am General RVing Issues
RE: MN new laws August 1st

There's plenty of times that we move into the left lane because the right lane is terribly bumpy. The law keeping people out of the left lane is insane. I like the law in Arkansas, don't impede traffic in the left lane. So that makes you somehow exempt from the law because you think your rig doesn't ride to your liking on certain roads? What is in fact insane is the thought that somehow we are above the law and it is ours to ignore!
JALLEN4 08/03/19 06:14am General RVing Issues
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