you obviously have never been between Cambridge and Hamilton, straight flat 100km roads and then every now and then a passing lane where every one that was doing 80km suddenly speeds up to 110 and you have to do 120 to get pass them because if you dont the passing lane ends and within seconds they are doing 80 again.
My pet hate is where two lanes merge into one and traffic is backed up, the left lane backed up the most, the right lane partially clear...
Drivers in the left hand lane pull dangerously into the center of both lanes when they see you coming past in the right towards the merge. Or they just pull out into the right lane, and drive extemely slowly. To them they have this mentality that they were "here first". And you have no right to overtake.
This mostly happens in the Kapiti Coast. But I have seen it a number of times elsewhere in NZ too.
That happens so often at the Poplar Ave merge going north and the McKays merge going south.
It use to be its worst on SH1 between Paraparaumu and Waikanae. There was a two lane stretch just before reaching the merge in waikanae. If you were ever caught in that traffic, dont dare ride in the right hand lane. The drivers in the left don't like it. Thank goodness they have now made it a single lane.
Roll on Kapiti Express way and Transmission Gully