I hadn't done a whole lot of interstate riding before today but I spent about 3 hours on the "super slab" running a long distance errand today. Didn't take long to figure out the less time you spend in a cager's blind spot, the better, big trucks included. I was using the cruise control as much as possible but the problem was, if I was just a little slower/faster than other traffic, I was hovering for an uncomfortably long time in the drivers' blind spot. I just started rolling on or off the throttle to zoom out of this zone as quickly as possible. Numerous times I could tell the other vehicle was about to change lanes until I made myself visible, then they stayed put. So much to learn but so much fun in the process!