Glad to hear that the family in their Aveo made out okay. I drive a mostly rural two-lane for about seventeen miles of my daily commute. There are plenty of good passing spots, but there's also usually enough traffic during the morning and afternoon rush that passing accomplishes nothing. I still see people making some incredibly stupid passes, into blind corners, up to blind hill crests and simply belting along in the wrong lane hoping to find a place to get back in among the cars they're passing. I once saw a woman in a Civic who was making a series of really risky passes. I slowed down and let her around the BMW. She was determined to get around me and I wasn't interested in becoming involved in her accident. Once ahead of me she made an uphill pass attempt with an oncoming tractor trailer rig in the other lane. There was no way this was going to work, and there were only narrow shoulders constrained by guard rails as the road passed over a gravel quarry visible as a lake on both sides. I cringed at the thought of coming upon her probably dead and mangled with me unable to help her at that point. The driver of the truck tried to move as far to the right as he could. The vehicle she was passing did the same and she somehow squeezed through. I've often wondered what was causing her to drive in such a risky manner. She didn't appear stoned or mentally impaired and a clean 4 dr Civic isn't the choice of either type of person. I hope that she made it where she was going and whatever family emergency she was probably responding to worked out for her. Drive careful, drive safe and drive defensively. When other drivers get passive or active aggressive don't take the bait.