The way people drive on the Pennsylvania Turnpike, characterized by rapidly switching form lane to lane, passing large gropus of cars or mack trucks at a time, all to keep up the desired cruising speed of 75 to 90 Mph.

This is not to be confused with weaving, or reckless driving, because it doesn't result in accidents, and doesn't involve cutting people off.
Bryan: (Lives near Pittsburgh): Dude, wanna go hang out and hit Kennywood this weekend?
Zak: (Lives near Harrisburg): Yeah. Looks like I'll be doing the turnpike dance tonight!
作者 Zak Zennii 2006年7月30日

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