First, make it clear that according to the rules, overtaking is to signal the left turn signal-observe the feedback of the front car, the left and rear vehicles change lanes to the left-accelerate-pull a safe distance from the following car-turn on the right turn signal- -Observe a series of actions such as changing lanes to the right after being fed back by the overtaken vehicle. If the speed of the vehicle in front is far below the speed limit, and there is no car ahead, overtake the vehicle according to the rules. If the situation mentioned by the subject occurs, you can curse that the person is sick, or don’t be in the same lane with him. Either follow along. But the reality is that many people overtake, change lanes—accelerate—change lanes. It doesn’t matter if others are willing to let you overtake, or if the safety distance is enough. Others didn’t want to, they cursed in their hearts: “This person is XX, why don’t you let me overtake!” I think this is not good… I have two basic principles when driving, one is to maintain a safe distance, and the other is to limit the speed. On city roads, I only left a safe distance from the car in front. If I was too slow, I went to another lane, overtook my car and squeezed it in front of me. I had to step on the brakes to keep away from you. Sorry, I don’t agree. . Unless you pass all cars on my lane at the same speed as me. During high-speed driving, there are obviously large trucks blocking the road in front of the two lanes, resulting in the formation of a car group at a speed of about 90. This kind of road section needs to increase attention and maintain a safe distance. Once an accident occurs in the front, it is a serial accident. At this time, a car is still maintaining the driving habit of city roads, drifting in from the right to overtake at a speed of 130, and then slam the brakes… This is what some people say “the vehicle ahead is too slow to overtake”. The distance between the cars is already at the limit of safe driving, and you have to overtake my car. I don’t think it’s appropriate… Some people drive only a few meters in front of their eyes, and they always think that others are slow, and they feel that they are incapable of driving skills. . In fact, they have no vision of the car in front of them, and they don’t know what the car in front is going through. I sometimes drive at a low speed when there is no car in front of my lane. There are also reasons, including but not limited to: there is a car changing lanes without lights on the front left or right, and the body is shifting to the lane. Judge its intentions accurately. Passing an intersection or a section with a lot of pedestrians, there are pedestrians waiting for an opportunity on the side of the road, ghost probes or crossing the road at any time. There are urban road tyrants like buses and taxis ahead. They start with the turn signal. Whether I have the right of way or not, I will slow down and let them go first-you never know that they will change several lanes in a row. An unknown obstacle appeared on the road ahead. On the high speed, it is found that the big car has a tendency to drive fatigue and does not want to follow the car, and the overtaking in the front curve has to be temporarily delayed. From the perspective of certain vehicles behind, either the vehicle’s vision is not visible, or the driver of the vehicle behind should not be a reason to decelerate. I feel that there is no problem with my own technology, but I think I have to guard against it. Then, the car behind was cursing, “Hateful turtle speed car!” This situation is a problem of poor visual field information and personal judgment of the drivers of the front and rear cars. You have to overtake my car, whatever…If others overtake it, it doesn’t affect it. I drove safely. I didn’t need to step on the brakes to readjust the safety distance. I drove well under the speed limit. Why should I violate the rules and take safety risks to prevent you from overtaking? The road is public. It is the duty of every driver on the road to follow the rules, respect every driver on the road, use lights, horns, and vehicle body movements to communicate, and be willing to accept feedback from other vehicles.