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Pudsey Bear

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May as well have one of Liz too. [image] 
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Alanedwin

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People who don't know how to get on a motorway and expect everyone to get out of their way!!!
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Oh yeah, and don't get me started on the loonies who don't understand exit 1 mile or what these mean 
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Yeah, why do some people "think " it's OK to exit the motorway from lane 3?Colin
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Yeah, why do some people "think " it's OK to exit the motorway from lane 3?Colin


It always used to be the domain of BMW drivers, and now it appears that Audi have inherited the worlds worst drivers, closely followed by BM and Merc


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Pudsey Bear

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I don't think it's make specific anymore though, any scrote can do it, truck drivers love them, more notches on the bumper.
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Kev [comp] 

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This weekend I have been cut up by three Audi A1 , the newish small one, drivers. Nearly burned out headlight relay with the continuous flash one of them got. Kev's voices were telling me allsorts for around thirty seconds[biggrin]. Before you say it , I'll get my own voices Kev. Driving the taxi at the time so I'm supposed to act and drive in a proper manner , would like to give that driver a proper slap.
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I have some some reasonably priced voices, hardly used as Liz was in the car, I won't offer the ones I used on a taxi driver yesterday when he just pulled out from the kerb, crossed the road and stopped, I had the rage upon me, he was lucky to left alive as Liz hurt her shoulder on the seat belt, she was looking down at the time so didn't get chance to brace, I told him in no uncertain terms that he s was supposed to be a professional driver and that he is expected to drive professionally, his fair told him to Pee off, I do not know if he understood my words as he was not of English decent, but I think he more than grasped the meaning, and another T**t cut me up later yesterday too.   
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I do my utmost not to drive like a taxi driver , no u-turns etc , think I'm successful no complaints so far. Up here the black London style taxis are the worst offenders, no front inner wings so can do a u-turn in the narrowest roads , so do it regularly without indicating. Actually stopped beside one , got out and offered him £1 to buy bulbs for his indicators, as he was about to give me a mouthful I produced my phone and walked to the front of  his car and photographed the Council Plate. Asked him if he had something to say and his attitude changed . These guys know when they're wrong , getting them to admit it is the hard bit.
Suppose it helps being 6ft 3 and 17.5 stone , never use it to my advantage though ,nicest guy you could meet until riled properly[biggrin]. Wrong dimensions for working on the van though.
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Some years ago a friend of mine was tailgated by a raging driver, flashing his lights, sounding the horn etc. - he may have cut up the other driver in error btw - and so he stopped his car and the other one pulled to a stop, no doubt about to give him a lesson in indicating or boxing, you choose.

My mate opened his door and levered all 6'10" out of his seat and stood up and waited, and watched as the other car sped away furiously.

I wonder why?

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