Last week, I went to a funeral in the very busy area of Dallas-Fort Worth - church was NE of Fort Worth, cemetery was the national one (for veterans) SW of Dallas - so, about 45 minutes travel on the strip between the two cities.
In Fort Worth, the traffic saw the motorcycle cops and pulled off to the side of the road until the funeral procession passed - as I remember from decades gone by.
Once we got to the Dallas area, the motorcycle cops got ignored a bit and at least some of the traffic would be in such a hurry that they would pass the cop blocking the access ramp to the freeway to cut in front of various vehicles, then change lanes again to get to an inner lane and pass the whole procession to get where they were going that much faster.
It made it much more difficult for those of us not sure where we were going (cemetery not marked on the map very well) to make the 45 minute drive to get to the cemetery to line up for fifteen minutes, then drive in to the permanent brick & mortar "pavilion" used for the various taps and flag ceremonies. We had fifteen minutes there - less time to get clear of the parking for the NEXT funeral procession in line.
I was so glad to have a NEW map of Texas with a fairly clear detail map on the back of the area - once I figured out where we were....DFW is a big place and there are a LOT of drivers on lots of interstates....