Since Katie will start learning to drive this year, I've been pointing out to her various road rules as we go throughout our day. I'll point out when someone does something they shouldn't (swoop across four lanes with no blinker) as well as why I'm changing lanes (big slow truck up ahead in my lane).
We were on the highway this week and saw a sign stating that you can not drive on the shoulder.
I pointed it out to Katie and told her, "When traffic is slow some people will try to drive in the breakdown lane rather than wait in line with everyone else. That lane is for people who are having car trouble or a flat tire and need to pull over."
"They just sit on the shoulder and don't do anything?" Katie asked. "So they're like road dandruff?"