Yeah, rubbernecking is basically standard procedure. They added it to the driver's ed curriculum a while back. The one that might be exclusive to Ohio is the driver who stays in the passing lane next to a semi for miles and miles, in a blind spot if possible, never passing. In the absence of a semi, a smaller vehicle will do, but the maneuver requires considerably more skill. It probably has something to do with the cops stationed every thousand feet or so just itching to nail a speeder.
Last edited by stillz; 02-03-2010 at 06:52 AM.