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People who dont indicate at roundabouts!

Discussion in 'Rants & Raves' started by IDUA3, Apr 19, 2007.

  1. IDUA3

    IDUA3 In Audi Heaven

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    ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!

    Drives me insane!

    You must know the scenario, your waiting as there is a car to your right, then they turn left!

    " If you were indicating you moron I could of gone"!!


    Morning Everyone!
     
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  3. Rich

    Rich Rollin on boost mother hubbards

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    Amen brother.
     
  4. smitch

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    Mate, i had a BMW behind me all the way home from work last night and he didn't indicate once. (I notice these sort of things!)

    Obviously didn't affect me but that sort of **** really winds me up.

    I'm sure it's an option to have your indicators removed as a factory option on a Beemer.
     
  5. Caesium

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    I think its an option to have them fitted actually mate.
     
  6. Boydie

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    i see it all the time

    mainly BMW owners but also big audi's and rep cars

    the only time i dont indicate is when there is no one there

    other than that i would indicate all the time

    another thing to set this rant off.......... FAST LANE HOGGERS!!!!!

    drives me fcuking nuts - assholes sitting in the fast lane at 50-70mph with nothing on the outside

    there may be times that i want/need to go over 70 (just) so move out of the fecking road

    i had a woman one time sit in the fast lane coming out of belfast at 50mph in a corsa c - i flashed the lights and indicated at her, didnt move, did it again, didnt move - had to undertake and give her "the look"

    she was wearing 2inch thick glasses, breasts up over the steering wheel, completely oblivious to her surroundings, car full of ****! how can somone like that be allowed on the road!
     
  7. IDUA3

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    Idiot drivers!

    On another note, can we elaborate on the breast please!

    marks out of ten? pictures? :hubbahubba:
     
  8. Boydie

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    it would be a minus scale im afraid
     
  9. Tim Stuart

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    Couldn't agree more Boydie. I do about 150 miles a day on the motorway and see it all the time. Drives me nuts. Take last night as an example - followed a Punto in the fast lane at 65mph for more than 10 miles before the dozy bint behind the wheel finally looked in her mirror and saw me and a line of cars all waiting to get past. She then had the cheek to give me the bird as I went past! Shocking behaviour. :scared2:
     
  10. unkle

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    Germans just dont get roundabouts, russian roulette with people pulling out nervously and not indicating, people parking on the edges and having picnics in the middle...
     
  11. AndyMac

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    More dangerous is the growing trend for people to go all the way round bigger 2-3 lane roundbouts in the outside lane.
    This is the direct result of traffic lights on roundabouts, it never used to happen, and now there's a whole generation of idiots on the road who don't know how roundabouts actually work.
    I've nearly collected about a dozen idiots in the left lane going right when I'm in the middle lane going straight across. It's got to the point when I'm seriously considering buying an old banger, unregistered uninsured and just spend a day barging these arseholes out the way. Unfortunately they wouldn't learn a thing from the lesson. These are idiots who've probably never had an accident in their lives but seen lots in their rearview mirror from the chaos they cause.
    Who are these people?
    I don't know anyone who drives like that, I don't even know anyone who knows anyone who drives like that! It's like a sub breed of driver put out there just to piss everyone off.
     
  12. FactionOne

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    My thinking exactly fella! When my mate Breezey bought his first Beemer I promptly posted him some bulbs :icon_thumright: - I'm not sure he was amused though!

    I just don't see the point of not indicating, at the end of the day it doesn't cost anything and surely it's not possible to let too many people know where you intend to put your motor next...

    Regards,

    Rob.
     
  13. Caesium

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    As andy says, buy a shitty old transit flatbed and carve people up all day...
     
  14. Macduff

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    My personal favourite is the crappy little roundabout on the M1 J13. I used to do that one everyday and without fail you'd get people turning right from the left hand lane to go onto the M1.
     
  15. AndyMac

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    I actually cannot "not indicate", it's just a reflex, same goes for not dropping litter, and engaging the clutch when I start the car, just the way I was brought up I guess.
     
  16. Rich

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    Same here AndyMac, its just an automatic thing. I never think "hmmm shall I indicate this time or not?" I just do it. Only time I become concious of it is when its stupidly late at night and there's literally no one else around I'll realise this and maybe not bother, other wise its just automagic.
     

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