My Dad tells this story about a trip he and my Mom to visit his sister in Florida. Having made the trip before, he knew that when on the multi-lane Atlanta bypass, to exit, you needed to be in the correct lane, otherwise you would have to go the whole way around. So driving a SUV and pulling a trailer, as soon as he got on the bypass, as traffic allowed, he worked his way safely to the lane he wanted to be in to make his exit.
Cruising along at the speed limit, he happened to glance in his side mirror to see that the SS driver in the lane next to him wanted over. This driver had his turn signal on and was pounding on the steering wheel, waving his hands and making who knows what kind of comments. Deciding to let this fellow over, Dad stepped on the brake to slow down enough that this guy could pass and pull in front. However, this guy decided to slow down at the same time. Dad tried speeding up so that the could fall in behind, but SS also sped up. After a few more attempts of slowing down and speeding up, Dad figured that the other driver didn't want to be in front of or in back of him, but he wanted to be in the space occupied by Dad's SUV and trailer. That wasn't going to happen, so Dad quit playing and just kept on going at the speed limit.
This other driver continued to maintain speed with my Dad, waving his hands, pounding the steering wheel and making comments, which Dad of course couldn't hear. When the exit came up, Dad was able to leave the bypass safely, the other driver couldn't. So in order to get off at that exit, he had to either go the whole way around or get off at the next exit and get back on.