Registration plate WJ15PHN
Official local mnemonic: West of England
Postal area: Exeter
Issued: between march 2015 and august 2015
Black Volkswagen, manufactured in 2015, first registered on 1 March 2015. Cylinder capacity: 1197cc, CO2 emissions: 107 g/km.
✓ Taxed Tax due: 1 March 2018
MOT: No details

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  • Number 9 in the worst drivers ranking in April 2017

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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-16 04:47:30

I SEE THE COWARD OF AN UPLOADER HAS REMOVED THIS VIDEO FROM YOUTUBE THAT TELLS US HE WAS AFFRAID THAT PEOPLE WERE PERHAPS RIGHT
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-24 19:48:14

Get over yourself you crazy bimbo
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-16 07:56:12

It was removed because it contained children and he didn't want a knock at the door from his local constabulary
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-10 19:34:05

The council probably has a reason for not painting the centre white lines down the middle of the road. Because cars are always parked on one side of the road, a line down the middle would mean vehicles driving on the side without parked cars would probably not keep as left as they should, resulting in traffic coming the other way not having enough space to pass, so in my opinion the council has not painted the line in the hope drivers use common sense and leave enough space to pass each other.

I have attached an image of Rocks Lane in Barnes, Richmond upon Thames to demonstrate my point. You can see the old faded line was in the centre of the road but the council moved it because there are always cars parked on one side of the road. Now the white line gives traffic in both directions the same amount of space and traffic flows much better. Before the council did this, buses and large vehicles on the side with parked cars would often not fit through because vehicles travelling the other way didn't keep left, presumably because they felt they had a right to drive up to the white line.

Going back to the road featured in this report, I doubt the council could easily paint the line similar to the one I mentioned in Barnes because cars aren't parked all the way down the road, so the lines would have to wiggle which is far from ideal, hence why they may have felt no lines was the best solution.
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-25 16:11:38

I mean crap van design but still, I have VIP NUTS!!!!!
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-12 00:29:38

lol good one BB.
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-11 18:59:36

I've got vip nuts but that's not my van
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-11 16:17:40

Must admit, the British planners do seem to have an obsession with painting shit and sticking signs all over the place. Made even worse by the cramped nature of the place. When driving elsewhere I only really get major traffic in big towns and cities, whereas in the UK I find that I can seldom drive a matter of metres without hassle.
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-11 15:40:26

rock heads ahead
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-11 01:18:16

Thanks for the info.
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-10 16:04:06

This is in Exeter, I have driven down this road many times. There's always cars parked there, and I can vouch that two cars can easily pass each other on that section of the road (let alone a bike and a car), if they stay to the left. I'm guessing she didn't see you coming and just thought she could cut straight down the middle of the road. She was totally in the wrong.
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-11 20:18:14

Thank you for the confirmation. It looked like there was loads of room for two cars to pass each other. That woman shouldn't be on the road.
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-10 04:40:59

Ducking into the gutter before parked cars is something you never want to do if you can help it. This is a particular problem on bicycles, as many (ignorant) drivers will see this as as green flag to over-take where they shouldn't. Stay away from the gutter and from car doors regardless of whether or not it puts you in the other lane. If people don't like that right then they can just sod off and re-take a driving test..
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-10 03:52:22

There's clearly a lot of deliberation over this video. Can we all at least agree on one thing: that this section of road needs lane markings? Can we at least agree on that?
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-10 02:30:57

This woman can't drive. If the bike was a car it still could have made it through that space if she stayed left.
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-09 19:57:05

Car could have been positioned better but motorcyclist blatantly at fault for failing to cede when the was an obstruction on his side of the road.

Also pretty clear that the motorcyclist was speeding in a 20 zone - he was taking racing lines like he was going around Le Man's.
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-11 00:28:02

For once I agree with some of Jame's comment. The obstruction was on the rider's side - it's clearly written in the Highway Code you have cede priority to oncoming traffic.

Also, why did the rider veer so sharply to left, just in front of the parked vehicle? Was it down to the rider's speed, perhaps? As in going too fast for the conditions? If I was riding my push-bike I would have said to myself shit, I have to stop here and wait until it is clear - regardless of where the approaching other car is as there are no lane markings and there is too much risk of being doored or hit by someone with little chance to see you when you are veering in and out the gutter.
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-10 03:46:51

Oh look it's James the known bike hating troll
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-09 22:35:23

She was on the wrong side of the road and going way too fast which is why it took her so long to stop. The biker was on his side of the road and stopped in no time.
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-09 20:23:09

No because the motorcyclist was still on his half of the road. It was her car that was on the wrong side of the road. It looks like the car was going faster than the motorcycle so if you think the motorcycle was speeding then so was the car, even more so.
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-09 13:26:13

Utter horror of a human. The footage shows her veer across the road and pretty much aims for the biker. She's clearly absolutely in the middle of the entire road. She done this to punish the biker.
People like her should have their license taken off them. Endangering lives to try and prove a pathetic point. If it was a car coming the other way, she wouldn't have pulled that little stunt.
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-13 02:00:20

They don't have to stop for oncoming traffic if there is enough space including the dreaded "door zone", and if there are no other contributory hazards. Only proceed if it is both safe and practical.
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-11 00:29:33

She may not have seen them as they were veering close to the gutter. They had to stop for oncoming traffic anyway.
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-09 06:16:56

In my opinion the fault lies with the biker.

The obstruction was on their side of the road and they should have ceded priority to oncoming traffic. They were also very close to the curb, and very close to the parked car which in turn could have so easily resulted in a dooring. Even if the other driver was further over (to their left), it still wouldn't have been safe to proceed at such close proximity to parked vehicles. Have a nice day.
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-13 02:03:57

The fact the oncoming driver could have moved further left wouldn't cut it. The fact is, they didn't have to by law. Neither are there any lines down the road. The rider would still be in the wrong because as mentioned, the "obstruction" was on their side of the road. This looks like a dangerous road to be on regardless of your mode of transport. I would go slower negotiating the bend in case of situations like this.
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-11 00:24:52

"Actually it is 100% the car drivers fault"

So you're saying that if you approach a bend with parked cars on your side, it's the oncoming driver's fault you don't want to cede priority. OK, good luck with that attitude on a driving test..and on the road. Hope you have a tolerant insurer.
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-10 03:50:27

Actually it is 100% the car drivers fault
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-10 03:50:11

"Had she been on her side of the road the bike would have had plenty of space to pass. There was even enough space for two cars to pass each other. She needs to learn about positioning."

There are NO lane markings at that point. The rider should have read the road earlier on, slowed down, NOT disappear into the gutter only to emerge when it's too late.

Regardless of the driver's position, the simple fact is there was an obstruction on the rider's side, and as such the rider should have given way under any circumstance. I do agree the driver was somewhat further over than I would have liked. When in doubt, don't take risks especially on motorbikes or push-bikes - you can "win" and still "lose".
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-10 03:45:26

"The car should have been further to the left. The motorcycle was still on the left half of the road."

None of that alters the facts:

1. The obstruction was on the rider's side of the road. Hence give way to oncoming traffic.

2. The rider should have been further out to the right, so as to make them more visible to people in parked cars, pedestrians, and oncoming traffic.
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-09 15:18:46

Had she been on her side of the road the bike would have had plenty of space to pass. There was even enough space for two cars to pass each other. She needs to learn about positioning.
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-09 06:47:31

The car should have been further to the left. The motorcycle was still on the left half of the road.
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-08 17:31:26


Not only does she blame the biker for being in the middle of the road, which she was, but also she then tries to accuse him of driving too fast.

How can someone going the opposite direction, themselves going 20-30 MPH, guess what speed someone is doing because they aren't concentrating?

Silly woman should be made to retake her test.
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-13 02:06:45

@ 10:42:53. Because some people find it interesting, educational or entertaining. I think your main criticism is not blurring the person's face out. But it is better to have a right to film a public space unedited, than it is to have no right to film at all. The consequences of the latter are so bad they're off the scale.
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-12 15:02:27

Why not upload and share it with the world. That's what this website is all about. Maybe you should stick to watching cat videos on YouTube
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-11 17:01:41

@ 10:42:53 It's a public space. No law has been broken.
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-11 10:42:53

WHY! upload this crap, so okay you put this female drivers face all over the internet, so you got what you wanted idiot, now lets hope someones posts your ugly mug all over the net, smug fucker
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-10 14:41:40

wow she is stupid !
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-10 12:11:13

I agree with Asad as to your speed 15mph lol, Yeah in your dreams, More like 25 to 30mph and you took the corner a little too fast, But there again there was no need for the female driver to hog the road, Also agree why upload this video, Reply please uploader
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-10 10:40:30

First of all you were doing over the so called 15mph as you stated as try counting the white lines in the middle of the road as that will help you, That's if you know how to do this, Secondly you were correct that lady driver was in the middle of the road, Third WHY! the hell did you even post this video in the first place as you both have clearly stated NO DAMAGE! so was it just for the fun of it as to getting your video on this site as well as Youtube the lowest hosting channel of all time that help contribute to so much hatred in the world, Not Youtube exactly but others that post on there, You do know on this video there is a schoolchild that is innocent in all this and now you may have giving this child a problem as to school as once this video goes viral its that poor child that has to take the front of all this. Well i hope you are proud of yourself, Actually both of you!
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-10 06:35:54

she is so wrong shes in a world of her own dum woman should be re tested
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-10 04:34:39

It seems to me that the woman actually didn't see the motor-cyclist due to both their speeds, the bend in road, and the motor-cyclist veering towards the curb. When the rider looks back the woman driver appears to have veered back over to the left.
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-09 18:41:19

She had plenty spare space on her side of the road. If you pause the vid you will see she is closer to the parked cars than the kerb on her side. The bike was visible long enough for her to adjust her position. Then her righteous attitude was the cherry on top. She needs some driving lessons.
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WJ15 PHN 2017-04-09 15:35:01

Why the hell was she a car's width from the kerb to begin with? She's not overtaking anybody nor did she even care for the oncoming motorcyclist. Where were her indicators or hazards when she pulled over at about two feet from the kerb on double yellow lines, almost opposite a junction? Does she even know how to drive?

Multiple parking tickets at 0:09. :)
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