Advice for our two-lane, one-way road

BloggerTye Chandler :
Posted April 18, 2017

A request for driving on our two-lane, one-way road: if both sides are open, stay to the right. If you want to stop and look at an animal, stop on the right side. If you want to pass, transition from the right side to the left and then head back to the right. Only travel on the left side – or stop on the left shoulder – if we are very busy and the right side is constantly filled beside you.

 

 

Author: Tye Chandler

I am Fossil Rim's marketing associate. I write all blog posts unless otherwise noted.

3 thoughts on “Advice for our two-lane, one-way road”

    1. “Only travel on the left side – or stop on the left side – if we are very busy and the right side is constantly filled beside you.”

      Sorry if it’s confusing. Guests should only be in the left lane to pass. Travel in the left lane if the right lane is constantly full. In which case, there would be nowhere for you to stop but the left shoulder. I will go change “left side” to “left shoulder”.

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