...who was following me between Warwick and Victoriaville at 5:15 PM:
While I appreciate your attempt at assistance, me rolling at the speed limit was a conscious decision, so I didn't need you to try and push me with your bumper to make me go faster. The gas pedal wasn't optional on my car, after all.
While I'm at it, if you weren't so intent on helping me go faster and instead kept your distance, you might not have needed to go all the way on the reverse lane to see the incoming traffic, thus not needing to jeopardize your own safety to see that it was a terrible idea to pass me.
By the way, those double yellow lines on the road? They mean DO NOT EVER OVERTAKE. They're there for a reason.
And finally, turn signals can, in fact, be turned off. So after backing off of an ill-fated attempt to pass me, you don't need to keep it flashing for five minutes.