Our expert says:
It does sound as though he has been searching for problems, doesn't it ? This is why it's usually best for even such issues to be decided, to the extent that this is practical, by the custody /maintenance court, to avoid future conflict and to prevent one party from inventing decisions they claim were made, which nobody else previously heard of. Check what the court said about the next date of increase, and simply remind him of that decision which you can remind him you are no empowered to unilaterally change.
And undercut some of his meowing by sympathizing with his concerns about the kids arriving back late, but reminding him that both of you more than anything else wanted them to arrive safely, hence the need to drive more slowly and economically at a time of higher risk on the roads. You can often agree with his supposed underlying and perhaps justifiable concern, without agreeing with the solution he demands for that concern.
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