Taken from annoyed drivers thread Generally, I will agree with this statement. There are sometimes exceptions though. Recently I was in NZ with my family + other. Folks were kind enough to get me a hired Hyundai Getz around so we could do our own thing (plus it was kinda necessary, 6 people), but the point is it was the cheapest car available. Now, I was driving from Milford Sound back to queenstown, about 5-10 min out of Milford Sound when we came across a Corolla. Got passed without too much issue and pretty much walked away. Half way out, we pulled over at Mirror Lakes as it was early morning and completely still. As we got back in the car, Corolla overtook us. The road from there back to Te Anau is very much a sweeper road; kilometre plus straights and fast sweeping bends, usually a few in a row. Now, corolla really didn't want to be overtaken again. Too bad for him he was getting schooled in cornering, so halfway through the second corner in a set I'd be buttoning his hole. This really got to him. When it came to straights, the 1.notmuch Litre getz really did not stand a chance against his 2L corolla, and he made a point of showing it. I'd be sitting on $1.4, and he would be pulling away significantly faster, by now about two hundred metres ahead down the straight, but on the brakes waaaayyyy early, to get down the recommended corner speed. 1.5 corners later (through a set of three or four) I'd be a car length behind, jumping on the brakes to get down to 80 or 90, letting him know how short his penis really is. This was the case for the next 50k's back to Te Anau. The point of this is that in this instance, it was clearly his responsibility to let the faster driver pass. He might have been held up for ten seconds down one straight, but he would have cost me in the range of 5-10 minutes. After the first set of corners he would have forgotten that I exist.