I've had this scenario come up lately on the multi lane freeways. 1. Generally I'll be in the left lane and I'll come up to a vehicle in front of me that will see me coming and move over. 2. I'll come up on a vehicle that will stay in the left lane. If the center lane is clear I'll signal early and pass right. 3. If the center lane isn't clear I'll ease off the gas and coast up behind the car to an acceptable following distance, and wait until we ease past the blocking vehicle then pass right. 4. I'll come up on a line of cars blocked in the left lane and center lane all shouldered up together. If I can see there's clear traffic ahead I'll option taking the farthest right lane as a passing lane. Now this fourth scenario has a lot of downside. A. I'm crossing multiple lanes of traffic at speed to pass. B. 'm weaving down through the traffic order at high speeds where drivers tend to drive slower. C. The most right lane is typically where the Nervous Nellies and Caspar Milktoasts live so there's less predictability happening in that lane. A few times I've been brake checked or had a lane change without a signal boxing me out of the pass. Then I usually have to retreat back up into the passing lane. However more often than not because the far right lanes have more gap in the following distance I'll drop down a gear and accelerate in and out of the gaps until I pass the blockade then sweep back up the lane order to rejoin the passing lane. I haven't had any close calls but it's definitely dicier down in the right lanes and more often than not I'll simply reject the pass and stay in the cue until a gap opens up. I'm curious what our members tolerance is for passing right?