Not the best driving school
If you’re wanting to get lessons for driving, I would recommend not going with these guys. To be completely transparent, the roads were certainly winter roads because of the snow dump taking place, but I don’t think that’s a good enough reason to allow the vehicle to drift in to two lanes. They were in the middle lane following traffic, and I can understand that it may be difficult to figure out where the lanes are sometimes, but there was literally a person right in front of them in the center lane and another person in front of them (and me) in the left. This, along with the clearly defined tracks in the snow, made it absolutely obvious where the vehicle had to be. As I came up to drive by them, the vehicle began to steer in to my lane. I saw it coming, so I braked and tapped on the horn so that they wouldn’t hit me. The vehicle corrected itself and continued on, so I did the same thing…. only for it to happen again. I honked to get them to realize how close they were but had to actually break and swerve left to avoid a collision since they didn’t correct themselves this time and just continued driving in two lanes for five blocks until we came to a red light. At this point, I just decided to drive the 25km/hr they were doing and stayed back since being a few minutes behind is better than an accident. When we pulled up to the light, they corrected their placement as per the vehicle in front of them, so I managed to get by them. As I rolled past, there was a timid looking girl in the driver’s seat and a man who had his arms waving as he yelled whatever he was yelling at me. I just shook my head. What in the world kind of driving instruction is that?
Anyway. That was enough, so a picture was snapped to figure out who this was, and I just let them go. Luckily, my turn was two intersections down.