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VX07 CVM 2016-12-10 09:59:42

Just had the displeasure of meeting this fellow on the m5.

He was joining the motorway so as per rules I move over to middle lane to allow him to join.

Because he is incapable of basic driving skills such as driving at an appropriate speed to the surroundings he soon found himself wedged up a lorrys rear end and decided he now wanted to join the middle lane. Since I was nearly past him and passing the lorry I continued in the middle lane.

As soon as I was past him he sharply swerved and pulled into the outside lane, overtook me and then pulled back in front of me and put his breaks on. Genius. Since I was now past the lorry I completed my passing maneuveur and pullled back into the inside lane.

Not content with being on the motorway a mere 5 seconds and nearly causing an accident he decided to do it again, this time forcing me to move back into the middle lane to avoid him, leading to him unsurprisingly speeding it up and doing it again.

This little charade continued until this reprobate clearly realised he was wasting more of his own time than the initial "incident" and proceeded on his way.

If anyone crosses paths with him again just make sure you give him access to all 3 lanes in the motorway as clearly he holds priority over other road users and the highway code.
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V44 TAN 2016-12-09 15:37:25

Going round small roundabout with right indicator on, and he just carried on going (small roundabout) then proceeded to cus at me and tried to spit on my car a few times.

Few days later I saw him again, I may of provoked him, he then got out and tried running for my car. Complete physcho.
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VNZ 5903 2016-12-07 17:50:11

Moronic woman following cars far far too close with her full beams on, whilst other cars are LEGALLY overtaking cars on the motorway.

Meanwhile she sits in the middle lanes when she's not!
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VU14 ARZ 2016-12-07 04:59:12

Update: The driver has been found guilty for using 'Threatening and Abusive Behaviour' and subsequently fined £250. If he didn't do it, then he wouldn't have admitted to it. His defence lawyers apparently delaying matters as well..for what reason?

Alas. Justice has hopefully been served, and as a result our roads are now that little bit safer. We will see won't we, and no doubt the eyes of the public will be on our roads to help bring that about.
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VU10 HFN 2016-12-05 17:58:41

This driver seems to be incapable of navigating roundabouts or using turn lanes. If you see this car, give it a wide berth.

The damage to the nearside rear wheel arch suggests the driver may have previously hit someone pulling a similar stunt at a roundabout - little hard to see in the video but note that the left of the vehicle is missing some plastic trim from around the wheel arch that is present on the right.

Also did not move into the right turn lane, specifically provided to get you out of the flow of traffic in the second clip on the video.

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