Why That Jerk Who Merges Last Minute Is Actually Right

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Why That Jerk Who Merges Last Minute Is Actually Right

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You know those bad-mannered people that cut everyone in your lane and merge at the last second? Everyone is irritated by these people. Are you one of them? Why That Jerk Who Merges Last Minute Is Actually Right.

Transportation officials in Kansas are saying that these people may not be as bad as you think. Here’s what the Kansas Department of Transportation has been telling people some information.

 

We watch them fly ahead of us all of the time. Most people don’t take kindly to those people who cut the line when we have to merge.

Well, it turns out that the Kansas Department of Transportation says that these people have it all right, actually.

According to the Kansas DOT, if we all were to adopt this strategy, people might actually get what they want on the roads.

Here, I’ll explain…

The Kansas DOT believes that everyone should use the “zipper method” when merging.

The reason why everyone should use this method is because it will make everyone, not just you, get on your way much faster. 

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This is what the zipper method looks like when cars are actually merging.

All of the vehicles in the merging lane should move up almost as far as they can and then move into the next lane between other vehicles evenly. For some reason, I feel like this would take a lot of effort from everyone involved… Maybe that’s just me.

When merging happens in the zipper fashion, the traffic on both sides doesn’t have to stop, the major downside of vehicles merging at random spots.

Even though transportation officials have pushed for drivers to make a change, it doesn’t seem to be happening. A few things may be keeping drivers in their old ways…

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