Did you also note that those adherents have UK plates?I've noticed in a lot of dashcam videos from Europe that people seem a lot more diligent to adhering to this rule.
Nope. Deutschland....Did you also note that those adherents have UK plates?
Did you also note that those adherents have UK plates?
Sorry, my attempt at poking ridicule at those that drive on the wrong side of the road got lost.Nope. Deutschland....
Where I live my pet peeve is aggressive drivers. Drivers that act as if they own the entire road and all cars in front of them deserve to be run off the road for daring to get in their way. Or the break checkers for again daring to get in their way. Sadly cops are never around to get them and if the person was to hit my front bumper or if I was unable to stop in time I will automatically be guilty just because of how it works in my state. Unless I have physical proof. Yep, getting to the point a dash cam may be required here.This and people who don't know how to merge onto the the highway have always been my pet peeves
I lived for a long time on the border. I found it interesting that in Mexico, when merging, you would slow down or stop if there wasn't room. On the US side, drivers would be accelerating. Both systems work but when you mix them accidents happen.This and people who don't know how to merge onto the the highway have always been my pet peeves