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DE06 AWJ 2018-09-24 07:27:12

This driver is a big cock, on a crystal clear morning M6 Southbound around junction 13, blinding driverswith high intensity front fog lights, will not turn them off, too thick to realise no one else has their's on.

Is it ever against the law to drive with your fog lights on?
Yes, the Road Vehicles Lighting Regulations 1989 prohibits the use of front and rear fog lights to dazzle other drivers when visibility is not reduced or when the vehicle is parked. Using fog lights in drizzle and rain is therefore not allowed.

You are even eligible for a fine from the police if caught.

Once the fog has lifted, switch off your fog lights. There will be symbol on your car’s dashboard or on the fog light button itself: it’s normally an amber indicator for rear fog lights and a green one for front fog lights.
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DK66 PKO 2018-09-23 20:29:43

Despite driving a taxi 50+ hours per week, this person doesn't understand how to give way at a junction, and that pulling out in front of approaching traffic and then brake-checking them is extremely dangerous. Unfit to be a taxi driver.

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D3 ARJ 2018-09-23 16:33:21

Twat, speeding on the A14 near Kettering tailgating everyone in the outside lane. Yes you have a fast car and like to drive in a lower gear to sound loud but you really are a prick. Once off the straight roads he drives like an old woman. No idea whatsoever. You are a bellend and need to grow up or hit a tree and do everyone a favour.
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D9 MWS 2018-09-23 16:49:32

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DG61 XYF 2018-09-22 14:02:12

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