So what exactly is VC? No seriously, I don't think there is any real concrete definition for VC, certainly none specific enough for the nit-pickers and naysayers on this forum, so trying to relate VC to commuters would be a futile exercise. And, OP I'm not saying its not a good question, it is, its just that any discussion of even the definition of VC will immediately degenerate into a "how many angels can dance on the head of a pin" argument.
Having said that, I think commuters, throught experience, or the school of hard knocks have learned a few things. For example, if the lane is narrow, usually it is safer to take the lane to avoid getiing buzzed, and take the lane when going through an intersection to avoid right hooks. So if the two previous concepts are VC concepts, then yes, I would say that commuters are VC.
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