Wasn't sure where to post this so I figured it was dealing with driving on the roads around Disney so "Transportation" seemed to fit. I am seeing more and more of the Entitlement that is seen in the parks on the roads around Disney now too. I was driving home today, after checking out of an off property hotel this morning. I entered from the ramp near Sea World on I-4 heading West toward Tampa. I was trying to get over into the far left lane as the other two lanes are usually for those trying to get off at the parks this hour of the morning (10am). I was in the right lane and saw an opening for the middle lane but I couldn't see both of the car's headlights so I didn't move over yet, but did have my blinker on. Once I saw both headlights in my rear mirror I moved. The left lane was clear so I moved again. The Blue Toyota Rav 4 must have been upset with me because I went in front of him, so he moved over and tailgated me. When I say tailgated, I mean he was on my freaking bumper! There were no other cars in front of him that he had to move over to pass them. We were all doing about the same speed, approx 70 mph (yes, I know the speed limit is 65 there and the traffic flow was approx 70). He just was doing that to me to show me I could "not" get in front of him. He followed me doing this at approx 70 miles an hour passed the first Disney Down Town exit, and then to the next Disney exit which was for Epcot. When we got near that exit, he had to hurry over the 3 lanes so he could exit and get to the parks! Does he think his "fast pass" or his high priced ticket allows him to ride on someone's bumper thinking they were "cutting him in line" I wasn't even getting off anywhere near there, I was getting off in Lake Alfred which was a good distance away from there That was the reason for getting over to the left, to get away from the local exiting and entering traffic. This must be the bully we see in line who blocks the one parent from trying to catch up to the other parent because they feel they are "cutting the line" People, your Disney ticket doesn't give you any entitlement on the roads in Florida. While Disney looks as if they own most of Florida, they don't. So please adhere to the rules of our roads, don't speed, don't tailgate or ride on someone's bumper and do not cut others off because your exit is coming up!