I'm coming over for a road holiday in October, and this is the baffling thing from my point of view : different laws for each state. I get the idea that I shall stay safe if I always overtake then pull right again, but is it considered discourteous to move over in front of the other car when your left lane is clear behind you?
You don't need a Yellow Vest.
Keep right except to pass.
Use your turn signals.
Return to the right lane after passing, but not so close to the overtaken vehicle as to cause it to have to brake.
Unless you're in a School Zone or residential area, 5mph over the posted speed limit will not draw much police attention.
Posted speed limits on interstate highways are "generally" considered the minimum speed.
If someone is right up on your rear bumper, get out of the way.
As you approach a 4-way stop, pay attention to whose turn it is; when it's your turn, proceed.
Sometimes, GO is the right answer.
Traffic in roundabouts has the right-of-way.
Turn your lights on when it gets dark, or when it's raining or foggy.
People with Texas license plates always think they have the right-of-way.
Highway courtesy is a long-forgotten thing, sadly.
I acknowledge people who "let me in" with a wave of thanks, most people do not.
Let your passenger be the DJ and handle navigation.
Even-numbered interstate highways run west-east.
Odd-numbered ones are north-south.
Interstate exit numbers are the distance in miles from the state's western (even) or southern (odd) border.
They generally match the mile marker numbers.
If you miss your exit, goto the next and come back.
3-digit interstates starting with a "4" are generally looping around a city.
In this instance, the even/odd becomes meaningless.
There's a lot of "generally" and "usually".
Don't be a jerk, you'll be fine.