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Old May 30th, 2010, 01:51 AM   #21
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Generally speaking, the high speed on unlimited autobahn parts is a problem; especially when trying to overtake slower traffic on the right lane with the recommended 130 km/h. Even when checking the rear view mirrow, there may be "suddenly" a BMW or Audi appearing right behind you flashing their highbeams beacuse they think the left lane ist their private property.

Therefore, I like do drive on the Dutch or Belgian snelwegen, since the speed on the right and left land don't differ so much an overtaking is generally safer. Tailgating and slow left-lane driving is one of the main siseases of German autobahn traffic anyway.

@Jeroen: In Lemburg vloegen ze noer over de "domme Hollandse"!
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