Registration plate YG63GUD
Official local mnemonic: Yorkshire
Postal area: Leeds
Issued: between september 2013 and february 2014
White Mercedes-benz Sprinter, manufactured in 2013, first registered on 1 November 2013. Cylinder capacity: 2143cc, CO2 emissions: 240 g/km.
As of 21 July 2017 this vehicle had done 47,120 miles. Current estimated odometer reading: 82,000 miles.
✗ Untaxed Tax due: 1 November 2019
✗ No MOT Expired: 20 July 2019

MOT history

Test dateExpiry dateResultOdometer reading
2016-09-022017-09-01 Pass40,893

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YG63 GUD 2016-07-14 23:41:05

Right result in the end 👍
Now needs to get done for careless driving and refusing to exchange details. Won't hold my breath on that one though......
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YG63 GUD 2016-06-29 19:30:32

Did the guy with the shopping bag make any complaint(s)?
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YG63 GUD 2016-06-27 11:30:21

i don't think he was a very "gud" driver.
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YG63 GUD 2016-06-25 02:52:24

Quote from YT description: "Update: 'Hi everyone. Just a quick update. on 21.06.2016 itself, the police have been informed and incident has been reported. I finally got in touch with company on 23.06.2016 after communicating them on twitter and since the video went viral, they have said that they have carried out investigation but they didn't provide me with any details of it. I later on got a call from the driver and he has said that he will look after the expenses for the bike damages.'"

WHAT is the company going to do about this thug?
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YG63 GUD 2016-07-18 05:12:45

nightmare I think DPD have followed up on this and that you might be pleased with the outcome thus far :)
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YG63 GUD 2016-06-26 00:46:58

insufficient response from DPD

As stated by others (although we all know the law (police) don't give a shit about victims) the driver deserves points, deserves "advanced driver training course" and the sack for bringing the company's reputation disrepute

Until such time as the law (including police) gets off it's large fat ass and becomes pro-active we (the normal everyday citizens) will continue to see more and more of these cases of bad drivers/bad attitudes
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YG63 GUD 2016-06-25 02:53:19

https://www.dpd.co.uk/content/how-can-we-help/contact.jsp
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YG63 GUD 2016-06-25 01:45:04

I think his insurers will have a clear case to apply to the MIB for the drivers details here and pursue a claim. Looks like a slam-dunk to me. Hopefully that'll wipe the smile off his arrogant face.
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YG63 GUD 2016-06-25 02:46:29

I can think of another thing that would almost certainly achieve the same: a punch to his throat. Looks to me like he was assaulting the gentlemen with camera; the moment he entered his space and kicked his belonging is the moment he deserved to get decked. What a seemingly horrible man, one who has yet to understand the very simple principle most of us do in this county: don't get in people's faces like that unless you want a) a beating, b) a court summons and c) the sack. Whichever comes first..yob.
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YG63 GUD 2016-06-24 21:26:07

DPD driver knocks down a biker then threatens an innocent eyewitness.

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YG63 GUD 2019-07-01 17:23:17

Forgot to mention, he left the scene of the accident
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YG63 GUD 2016-07-18 05:14:23

It appears DPD has taken some action against the driver. However, a big question arises..which came first: giving a shit or being notified the story was going viral? See where I'm coming from? Basically a lot of these companies only give a damn when they think their profit margins might suffer..
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YG63 GUD 2016-06-25 02:50:35

nightmare, judging by his apparent aggressiveness I think he deserves to be fired. Such thuggery is completely and utterly unacceptable and if THIS is the kind of image DPD wants to send out? Then no doubt Sports Direct won't be the only lesson learned hard, right?
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YG63 GUD 2016-06-25 00:49:57

hmmmm DPD like Sports Direct possibly?
That's the only reason I can give for the DPD driver failing to give insurance details.

The majority of British drivers who have passed a British driving test would be made aware of the Highway Code and Traffic Laws (including giving insurance details after an accident)
I hope the DPD driver gets fined for failing to stop
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