Keeping left fail.. by a DRIVING INSTRUCTOR In the 4x4 cage, Intersection - single right hand turn lane with an arrow in to a 3 lane, 70kmh main road. Learner infront.. *sigh* Give them the time and patience they require, sure - 1 minute is a perfectly acceptable reaction time to a green light. Anyway; Fully marked driving instructor operated learner vehicle. Said vehicle makes the turn on the green arrow from the single turn lane straight in to the right lane.. Sure, this vehicle must be going to turn right.. After a few kms go by, and the vehicle being 20+kmh under the 70 limit I think to myself hmph, had enough, indicate and undertake in the middle lane, grumble grumble... Dont figure any more of it, I keep cruising along at my 70 kmh (posted limit) for the rest of the free running main road. Approx 10 Minutes and at least 10kms later, im stuck in a right hand turn lane with a red arrow, you know like the little side street kind of ones that take two generations to go green.. Anyway; long-behold, here comes the learner, being instructed by a 70+ year old driving instructor still sitting in the right lane of the 70kmh 3 lane main road, doing at least 20kmh under the limit with other motorists flashing lights and carrying on like idiots going past in the middle and outside left lane (green light for continuing traffic) Now, the thing is, from this little turn lane, you have another 3km view approx as the decline is quite steep but gradual.. I Notice the learner keeps coasting along downhill maximum 50kmh in the RHL and continues on straight.. Really?? .. are we really to a point where the whole keep left is that underrated that even professional drive schools don't practice it.. Hell, I'm not that old, but even I was taught by drive schools only 10 years ago as a learner to go straight to the left lane, continue, match speed, if a turn is to be made then move across and make the turn. If I remember correctly you could even lose points for turning straight to the outside lane (rhl). Was tempted to have a go at the old fool of a driving instructor but decided against it. Understand it's a little thing, but something that seriously grinded me. Muppets teaching muppets.. Rant over.