|4th October 2012, 05:03||#1 (permalink)|
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Do wreckless drivers hibernate in winter?
Do day i went to get something from a game store and when i turned on to the road to go on the highway which is done through a sliproad kind of thing.
So i enter the highway as it was clear and this idiot in a 4x4 starts speeding up still on the slip road trying to pass me via the slip road only for him to slam and lock the brakes.
Will try to make up a pic some dont understand.
For some reason i am seeing more idiots on the road now, so do they hibernate during the colder months or is it something to do with the heat?
|4th October 2012, 06:31||#2 (permalink)|
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I have a similar situation joining the M4 where a dual lane sliproad decreases down to a single lane just before joining the motorway.
I'm always on the lookout for the idiots who try to cut by on the inside.
By and large I'm quite successful and one scenario keeps them behind and they have to brake, the other sees them trapped on the inside lane on the motorway behind a slower car as I very slooooowly overtake it
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