..is it 'just me' .. or does the author
seem to be writing in Spanglish 'er sumpthin'?
In any case:
It's not a matter of Fast-Faster-Fastest, but rather
a system that makes traveling as safe as possible.
Keeping in mind that Where Ever You're Going It's a Journey - NOT A RACE! and we'd all like
to get to our destination with out incident.
Left Lane = PASSING
Center (1 or more) Lanes = TRAVELING
Right Lane = TRANSITIONING
IDEALLY everyone is Traveling @ the Speed Limit ~ In the Traveling Lanes ~
IF they need to PASS, they change lanes safely to the
LEFT until passed the vehicle still in the Traveling
Lane... and change back into the Traveling Lane ASAP.
*Right Lanes are for the purpose of Transitioning
Onto or Off Of the highway or for disabled vehicles.
Once the vehicle comes up to speed, he should enter
the Traveling Lane As Soon As Possible, and stay there,
unless Passing (To The LEFT), or transitioning again
(slowing down) to a safe speed to EXIT the highway.
*Passing or Traveling in a TRANSITION Lane presents
the danger of hitting a vehicle that's just getting
onto, or off-of the highway, limping along to a place
where they can safely pull off the road, someone
making an emergency repair (fixing a flat close to
the edge of the highway) or even a Police Vehicle
that's stopped to assist someone or issuing a ticket.