Hey guys, apologies if this has been asked before. Basically I've just got my Ls, so I'm limited to 80km/h. For that reason, the instructors at the training course recommended staying away from freeways, which I'd be more than happy to do... except that I live right at the top of a freeway down to the city (the South-East freeway, for those in SA who know it), so I'll have to tackle it eventually. Only 100km/h speed limit, but that's still 20 more than I can do. I guess the strategy has to be to sit in the left lane and overtake when I'm sure it's safe. Still I'm just wondering, does anyone have any strategies for freeway travel? Any advice for how I should manage this? The freeway is 3 lanes. I'd happily stay in the left lane except that you always get a few trucks going around 40km/h both up and down - a bit too slow, frankly. Middle and right lanes can get pretty crazy, high-speed motorists anxious to get where they're going, so I certainly wouldn't feel safe there at only 80km/h. I never see scooters on the freeway when I drive down in the car, I think I understand why now that I contemplate it myself! Any help much appreciated.