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OW15 NWF 2016-12-05 11:01:46

Tailgating bitch in a dark grey Audi TT on the A417 from Wantage to Rowstock (in Oxfordshire) this morning. Up my chuff most of the way along this road. Even brake testing her a couple of times still didn't deter her from clinging to my rear bumper. Stupid slag.
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OU16 LHT 2016-12-01 21:52:55

Absolute scumbag of a driver. Driving down a country lane in the dark yesterday near Whitwick and he was almost on my back bumper, I got stuck behind a slow vehicle in front doing 25 - 30 max, despite the fact that the driver of this car knew it wasn't me causing the holdup they continued to tail me. A mile or so further on there was a broken down vehicle on our side of the road, meaning traffic had to move to the other side of the road to pass. The driver of this car attempted to push past me just as I was pulling out, had I not looked in my mirror in time we would certainly had an accident. This driver has no respect for anyone on the road, and is a danger to themselves and other road users. Tailing someone is illegal now anyway, but on a dark bendy country lane, it is frightening for drivers in front. Absolute scumbag!
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OY11 NYO 2016-11-27 17:45:19

The driver of this car, and his yobbo chums, were driving along the a406, by Walthamstow, throwing eggs, cigarettes and packaging at drivers for fun. They pelted by driver's side and tried to seed off. I gave chase, called 999, left the police the details.
Wouldn't have mattered whether I was a pregnant woman, elderly driver or disabled road user, they were targeting anyone in an attempt to make others swerve/crash.
If you're reading driver, maybe see you in court yeah? :)
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OY16 CJF 2016-11-27 13:04:29

This is a single track bridge with a 20 mph speed limit that is located in the village of Farcet, Cambridgeshire. It is clearly signposted along with road markings to indicate that there is a humpback bridge and the oncoming traffic has the right of way. Due to the angle of the approaching traffic you need to pull over to the left and stop to make sure the road is clear of oncoming traffic.

The "Go Direct" van driver OY16 CJF that firstly pulls up behind me, seems to think that the signs and road markings do not apply to him. He decides to pull out over the marked off safety chevron area on the road, around me and attempts to go over the bridge. This is when he discovers what the signs and road markings are for, not to mention the fact that I have already stopped to give way. Coming over the bridge towards him and closely avoiding a head-on is the oncoming traffic that does have the right-of-way.

Not only is he driving dangerously, with no courtesy towards other drivers, without due care and attention and obviously has no concern for other road users. Being in a company vehicle also brings his company name "Go Direct" into disrepute along with all of the brands it represents such as Hotpoint, Indesit, Cannon, Creda and Arston. It's only a shame it was not a police car coming the other way!

It is a shame he is aloud to portray such a bad reputation of our good engineers out on our UK roads.

http://www.hotpointservice.co.uk/
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OY11 NYO 2016-11-28 00:49:39

If what you say is true then can I just say, thanks for caring. A lot of people don't. Oh, and that pic..do you have video footage? It's all taken from a dash cam isn't it? I hope justice is served. I've had stuff thrown at me especially when I'm on a push-bike (the last time soaking my clothes and hurting my arm, causing me to almost come off and go under the wheels of another car). Please keep us posted, yeah? Take care.
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