Consider a busy interstate in a large US city around rush hour, such as Chicago.
Assume there are at least two types of drivers. One type is Driver A (Average). These drivers don't think especially hard about their drive, don't go out of their way to do any special driving behaviors, and generally just want to get home at the end of their day. This driver is a net neutral to the driving environment.
Driver B (Bad!) cares only about themselves and is willing to do whatever it takes to get themselves through traffic, including tailgating, passing on the shoulder, cutting in front of other drivers to change lanes, and all of the other things everyone hates. This driver is a net negative and makes the drives of everyone on the road worse.
My question is, is there a Driver C (Champion) whose driving behaviors are a net positive which makes the drive better for everyone, or is A for Average the best anyone can do?
And, if Driver C behaviors do exist, what are they?
I've tagged this question USA because the example city is Chicago and I'm mostly interested in US interstates, but if there are any universally applicable principles or behaviors, I'm interested in those too.