I'm back from my first road trip with TruckerTexman and I learned a lot about the trucking life. I'll blog about that in a bit. I have noticed since moving to Georgia that once it's dusk people tend to turn on their bright lights. This is unnecessary and annoying. What really ticks me off is when these bright-beam loving fools do not dim their lights when they see a vehicle approaching them. Do you idiots not realize this temporarily blinds the other driver and can cause an accident?!? Guess what, when you are sitting up high, as in a tractor trailer it's actually worse. It seems many auto manufacturers have the headlights aimed not at the road, but up high so that it can shine directly into a truckers eyes. It takes 2 seconds to flick your high beams off when you see a vehicle approaching . . .DO IT! The life you save may be your own. Couple more little rants about you 4-wheelers out there. 1) Merge, just merge, hit the friggin' gas and merge! :irked: 2) When you pass an 18 wheeler, do not slow down once you are in front of him. It can take the length of four football fields for a semi-truck to stop, depending upon how fast he is going. If you speed up to 75 to pass a semi, then continue doing that speed. Don't drop back down to 60 or you may get run over.