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Discussion in 'General Automotive Chat' started by Turkster, Jan 21, 2013.
Snow-covered Audi pictured driving along M4 motorway in south Wales | Metro News
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What a total c**t...
Not good to see,saw another thread with it on and wondered what kind of driver does that.
I saw that on the news. Just going to be a sales rep with a company car!
I actually saw something not to different near Reading yesterday - except it was a dark colour A5 under about the same amount of snow!
who the fk does he think he is? a tank commander?
It is funny though, but not funny when its at 70mph!
UNBELIEVABLY IDIOTIC DANGEROUS IDIOT...... even if there was no snow on his/her car, these type of people are unaware of anything else around them at the best of times, all they pay attention to is what is 10ft (if that) in front of them!...... Horses with blinkers!
Pity it had to be an Audi thou
They should take photos of snow covered cars driving around by me, all Toyotas and Nissans with just the windscreen cleared.
Not newsworthy enough for our liberal media unless its a +£20K car though, as only capitalists drive dangerously with no regard for others.
In Soviet Russia, snow-covered cars drive YOU!
PS: What a tool.
I have just had a rant about this on another thread, its disgusting!!
Paul (Sidibear) I know exactly what you mean mate, seen loads of it around here and its BAD!!!
Literally, got in the car, done the wipers and driven off!!!
Easy now, they could reason behind it... wife in labour, son in hospital...
Couldn't believe it, and similarly sadened to see it was an Audi
I don't think anybody could be excused for risking the lives of others around them. Do you?
Here, here.... +1
No reason at all to do this, they may have an emergency to deal with, but their actions could cause a much bigger emergency, not only risking their lives, but the lives of others too.
Last Friday I was following a B5 A4 on the motorway that was covered in snow and a load blew off the roof and landed on my windscreen and I couldn't see a thing for 5 seconds (seemed like a life time) until it cleared. I think it should be classified as driving with out due care and attention or dangerous driving! Would be a nice little revenue earner for them and might get rid of some of the idiots on the roads!
Lol wow how close were you tailgating
From my understanding, It is an offence to drive your car with that much snow on it as its classed as Dangerus driving or without due care and attaention,
He was in the neighbouring lane and I was over taking. The motorway was cleared of snow, it was just all on this guys car!