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This has probably been done ad nauseam, people who drive slow but speed up when you pass them and slow down.

Then they decide to speed up to pass you then slow down.

I must have passed this c**t six times coming back from Berwick tonight.

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I see a worrying amount of people with absolutely no lane discipline these days, especially at roundabouts. That painted white line is all that keeps my 2 tonne car from yours. f**k off.

Definitely the easiest way to identify yourself as a c**t.

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c***s  that park facing oncoming traffic, extra cuntishness points for doing it and leaving your lights on :angry:.

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This was Asda in Clydebank this evening. Shout out to the c**t that braked sharply then indicated that they were turning left!

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On 06/11/2017 at 10:40, Gaz FFC said:

Falkirk drivers will be familiar with the roundabout at St Mungos HS where regularly I see people sit in the right lane and then go straight ahead.

They have a have a fucking arrow painted on the road and 3 exits it's not fucking difficult to figure out which lane you should be in you useless cock.

It's the ones taking the first exit and not indicating on that roundabout that piss me off.

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58 minutes ago, Swordfishtrombone said:

It's the ones taking the first exit and not indicating on that roundabout that piss me off.

Although I agree that happens in every roundabout.

For some reason people at the roundabout I mention think the right arrow is for the straight ahead lane and the left and straight ahead arrow are both for New Carron

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6 hours ago, microdave said:

This was Asda in Clydebank this evening. Shout out to the c**t that braked sharply then indicated that they were turning left!

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That's right in bent matchstick territory, that is. Four of them.

 

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7 hours ago, microdave said:

This was Asda in Clydebank this evening. Shout out to the c**t that braked sharply then indicated that they were turning left!

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What a c**t.

Can I add the c***s who can't be bothered to find a parking space so they just add their own space at the end of a row of spaces. I think you'll find there isn't a space there for a reason. 

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6 hours ago, Gaz FFC said:

Although I agree that happens in every roundabout.

For some reason people at the roundabout I mention think the right arrow is for the straight ahead lane and the left and straight ahead arrow are both for New Carron

Falkirk generally is full of people that can't follow simple road instructions.  Every time without fail that I drive up the town at the traffic lights at West Bridge Street there is somebody that goes in the lane clearly marked  'howgate only' and then has to cut accross me to get in the correct lane for going  past the howgate. Usually the same people that dont realise that bus lanes are only in operation at certain times of the day. 

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c***s who are in the right hand lane of a 5 lane roundabout and decide they're should be turning off. Instead of going around again they just turn perpendicular to the flow of traffic and edge across the lanes. 

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So basically we should increase the speed limit to allow all the aforementioned c***s in this thread to drive even more dangerously...




Driving fast don’t necessarily mean that you are driving dangerously. As has been pointed out before technology has moved on massively since the 70mph speed limit was introduced and cars can stop in a hell of a lots less time. I know there are other factors involved in stopping distances but I would suggest it’s probably a lot safer driving at 80mph in a modern vehicle compared with driving at 70mph in a car from 1977 when the limits were introduced.

c***s that park in disabled/family bays when they have no reason to.

c***s who drive at 40mph on a 60mph Road then when they get to a 30mph they continue to drive at 40mph.

c***s who cross the Tay Bridge and think it’s acceptable to drive the entire length of the bridge in the right hand lane because they are going off in that direction a mile and a a half later.

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My missus. Truly terrifying tailgater. When I asked why she was so close whilst doing 80 on the motorway she replies "the correct distance is 2 car lengths."

That is the correct anwer to a question. Not that question though.

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1 hour ago, dundeefc1783 said:

 


Driving fast don’t necessarily mean that you are driving dangerously. As has been pointed out before technology has moved on massively since the 70mph speed limit was introduced and cars can stop in a hell of a lots less time. I know there are other factors involved in stopping distances but I would suggest it’s probably a lot safer driving at 80mph in a modern vehicle compared with driving at 70mph in a car from 1977 when the limits were introduced.

c***s that park in disabled/family bays when they have no reason to.

c***s who drive at 40mph on a 60mph Road then when they get to a 30mph they continue to drive at 40mph.

c***s who cross the Tay Bridge and think it’s acceptable to drive the entire length of the bridge in the right hand lane because they are going off in that direction a mile and a a half later.

 

Yes, but the problem is we are not all perfect drivers. Even disregarding the frankly careless and dangerous road users, we all make mistakes. A judgement of error (eg pulling out to overtake with a car doing 80 mph instead of 70 mph in the outside lane) will have catastrophic consequences. I'd rather we all calmed down a little and were a bit more considerate to each other. What is the big rush to get from A to B anyway? Better to err on the side of caution and acknowledge it's safer to keep the speed limit as it is... 

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I'm gonnae be unique here and say fucking Grouse. 

On the M9 earlier doing about 75 and 1 of these fuckers comes running across me.

Rather than just flatten the guy I swerved round him and f**k only knows how I kept the car straight without doing a 360.

My arse was going like mad and no passenger to validate the heroic tale 

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C***s who try and avoid hitting animals on the road instead of staying in a straight line. 

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2 hours ago, dundeefc1783 said:

 


Driving fast don’t necessarily mean that you are driving dangerously. As has been pointed out before technology has moved on massively since the 70mph speed limit was introduced and cars can stop in a hell of a lots less time. I know there are other factors involved in stopping distances but I would suggest it’s probably a lot safer driving at 80mph in a modern vehicle compared with driving at 70mph in a car from 1977 when the limits were introduced.

c***s that park in disabled/family bays when they have no reason to.

c***s who drive at 40mph on a 60mph Road then when they get to a 30mph they continue to drive at 40mph.

c***s who cross the Tay Bridge and think it’s acceptable to drive the entire length of the bridge in the right hand lane because they are going off in that direction a mile and a a half later.

 

Unfortunately many of these safe cars are driven by single celled organisms.

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A few cars in the business park where I work have sprouted wheel clamps and big yellow stickers saying "Car Tax Unpaid" during this morning.

c***s Off The Road for a little while.

Edited by Boghead ranter

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2 minutes ago, Boghead ranter said:

A few cars in the business park where I work have sprouted wheel clamps and big yellow stickers saying "Car Tax Unpaid" during this morning.

c***s Off The Road for as little while.

Delighted by this.  If you can't pay your road tax don't drive.

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