Yeah, it's scary all right. Keep this in mind, tho: You are bigger than they are! One thing about driving an RV no matter which kind it is - people can and will maneuver around you. You don't have to maneuver around them. When you are going too slow for someone in a hurry say out loud, "I'm big, I'm clumsy, and I'm slow - DEAL WITH IT! Go around me or stay behind me - your choice." I've noticed that people think God forbid they should get behind an RV and never want to let me merge. But I've also noticed that if I put my signal light on early enough, start easing just a tiny bit to the direction I want (but staying in my own lane) usually one of the vehicles will back off and let me in. Usually because they finally realize WE'RE BIGGER!
I started thinking like that when I was on a tour bus in Boston and a taxi tried to squeeze the bus out of turning and the bus driver said out loud, "Guess who will win this? I'm bigger! Do you really want to challenge me?" It got me thinking that most aggressive drivers are aggressive because we all back off and let them have their way. When push comes to shove they give in. I'm not saying we should be terrors on the highway. We should still drive safely. I'm just saying that if we are usually intimidated by other drivers we need to realize that now we are bigger and not as easy to bully.
Hope I'm not wording this wrong and have everyone bombard me. I'm saying it's a mental thing. And of course I back off if some idiot decides to take up the challenge.
I hope your plans for Q jell togther, Sheila. Ya got a bunch of gals sitting on your shoulders urging you on.