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Dangerous driving #742670
23/05/22 09:51 PM
23/05/22 09:51 PM
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Newton Abbot, South Devon UK
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What do you think of this, Boys?

https://youtu.be/ONxZ-30nU8s


John

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Re: Dangerous driving [Re: Felix42] #742671
23/05/22 09:59 PM
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I'd be handing the SD card over to the Polis tomorrow for a possible prosecution, the idiot.
I'll be keeping my eyes peeled for a Grey/silver Chelsea tractor SB66 XTF doh


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Re: Dangerous driving [Re: Felix42] #742687
24/05/22 07:55 AM
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Sadly all to common.
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Re: Dangerous driving [Re: Felix42] #742701
24/05/22 09:43 AM
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Any particular reason you were hogging the middle lane?

Arwyn

Re: Dangerous driving [Re: Arwyn Williams] #742704
24/05/22 10:10 AM
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Yes - the road forks a few hundred yards further on (you can see the road split if you follow the video) - A30 to the left and M5/A38, where I was going, to the right. In my experience of many hundred times up the hill it is necessary to get in lane in good time.

If you don't agree I can only suggest that you drive down to Devon and experience the junction yourself.

Last edited by Felix42; 24/05/22 11:14 AM.

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Re: Dangerous driving [Re: Felix42] #742706
24/05/22 10:11 AM
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Arwyn ... I thought that at first .... but then realised he'd got over into the lane he needed for the imminent motorway split coming up (that I presume he knew was on the way) ... I tend to do the same (especially when I'm in the camper towing my big trailer) as drivers seem less and less willing to let you out these days ... makes sense to get into the correct lane in good time.

K

Re: Dangerous driving [Re: Felix42] #742713
24/05/22 11:11 AM
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Local knowledge of this spot tells you the OP has taken the right move in anticipation - it's the RR driver that is dangerous here and needs reporting...


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Re: Dangerous driving [Re: Arwyn Williams] #742715
24/05/22 11:28 AM
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New Forest
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Originally Posted by Arwyn Williams
Any particular reason you were hogging the middle lane? Arwyn

I know that junction, it's a bit counter-intuitive but you'd really really need to go to Specsavers if like the goon you can't follow the signage.


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Re: Dangerous driving [Re: Felix42] #742716
24/05/22 11:51 AM
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A regular occurrence on the M5/M4 split at Almondsbury, too.


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Re: Dangerous driving [Re: Felix42] #742738
24/05/22 03:45 PM
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Devon
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I am reminded of Oz from Auf Weidersehen Pet, when seeing the architect arrive, on the building site, in his Range Rover.

“Do know the difference between a Range Rover and a hedgehog?”

“The hedgehog has its pr*cks on the outside”

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