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3 definitions by beer snob

 
1.
The condition that exists when a driver, after exiting Interstate 95, can not slow down and maintain the posted speed limit. Symptoms include repeated deceleration-acceleration cycles, tickets for speeding on I95 feeder roads, white knuckles and lead foot. The condition manifests itself predominantly in drivers who do not have cruise control and during times of peak traffic volume.
Jerry got another reckless on 301. He's gotta check his I95 Syndrome, or he's gonna lose his license.

Sorry officer I'm trying to do 55, but I just can't control my lead foot. I've got I95 Syndrome something fierce!

As Dan traversed Hampton, he was the fastest car on the road. He was ecstatic about his record time on I64, but he had a sick feeling in his gut. He had a sense of impending doom. He could not control his I95 Syndrome.

by beer snob April 29, 2007
 
2.
The condition that exists when a driver, after exiting Interstate 95, can not slow down and maintain the posted speed limit. Symptoms include repeated deceleration-acceleration cycles, tickets for speeding on I95 feeder roads, white knuckles and lead foot. The condition manifests itself predominantly in drivers who do not have cruise control and during times of peak traffic volume.
Jerry got another reckless on 301. He's gotta check his I95 Syndrome, or he's gonna lose his license.

Sorry officer I'm trying to do 55, but I just can't control my lead foot. I've got I95 Syndrome something fierce!

As Dan traversed Hampton, he was the fastest car on the road. He was ecstatic about his record time on I64, but he had a sick feeling in his gut. He had a sense of impending doom. He could not control his I95 Syndrome.
by Beer Snob April 04, 2007
 
3.
When a driver is released from or breaks through a traffic obstruction and accelerates excessively as if to make up for lost mileage. As the driver is restrained by some traffic obstruction, tension builds. When the obstruction is removed, the driver "slingshots" forward, releasing the tension.
Frankie was unfortunate to get caught behind a bunch of blue hairs when church let out. When he finally got to his turn-off, he experienced the slingshot effect and drove like he was in NASCAR the rest of the way home.
by beer snob April 29, 2007