My Jeep JL rollover accident on the highway yesterday!

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    Added seatbelt?
     
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    Yeah... sorry Sean, the truth is offensive. You’re not supposed to ask uncomfortable questions.
     
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    If you saw him trying to pass...then let him...all you had to do was slow down. Were you trying to block him from passing and it backfired?
     
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    most people in the left lane are trying to pass the slower cars in right lane. Then when an asshole speeds up in the right lane and try to squeeze in causes a very dangerous ripple effect, or worse.......case in point.

    If your definition of "camping in the left lane" is being stuck behind a long line of cars that are trying to pass the slow cars in the right lane while being bombarded by assholes forcing themselves back into the line of cars in the left lane...........then yes he was probably CAMPING.
     
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    The 'asshole' in the right lane wouldn't be the problem if the car at the head of the pack in the PASSING lane would get over and allow faster traffic to pass. Then, the 'asshole' would have already passed the bottleneck vehicle.

    The problem is the bottleneck vehicle....otherwise, he wouldn't be called the bottleneck. ;)

    JFYI...you may want to re-read....I'm not the one that brought up the "camping" metaphor.
     
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    This made me tear up a little while at work. Im glad youre good homie, its just a vehicle. God is good!
     
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    Why are you reading and responding to forum posts while driving??

    Also, you can use punctuation while using voice to text. I’m doing it right now as an example.
     
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    Well I know this post is old, I’m glad the OP was safe. I totalled my 2016 Cherokee Trailhawk earlier this year and it wasn’t fun. But these jeeps are built like tanks.
     
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