What is the name of your state? Ohio
Is it illegal for me to drive 65 in the left lane on a highway? The only thing I am aware of that would prevent me from doing so is a sign that says, "Slower traffic keep right." The contradiction occurs when other drivers are behind me. Are they going faster than me? No, because they would hit me if they tried to go faster than me. So technically, I am not "slower traffic."
Today, I was passing a truck and after I got past him I didn't feel like changing lanes because there was another truck to pass a quarter mile ahead. The driver immediately behind me didn't like my speed of 70mph (speed limit is 65 in Ohio) and rode my bumper. I never react to those people. Someone else in a red sedan decided they would go about 90 or so and pass on my right while honking their horn at me as if I were doing something wrong.
This got me thinking - many drivers seem to think they own the road and are more important than the law and everyone else on the road. They should be able to go whatever speed they want and nobody, except maybe a cop, should do anything to slow them down. If traffic slows down, they weave in and out to get to the front of the line, even if it means cutting people off and making other drivers angry.
The story ends well. There was a speed trap about two miles up the highway and I saw the same red sedan on the side of the road.
I just wish people wouldn't drive so recklessly on the highway when there is moderate traffic. At night, the only risk they take is hitting a deer instead of putting others in danger. I am only opposed to their driving during the day.