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2007/06/16 14:40:38 (permalink)
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Your Behaviour When Driving...

How does your behaviour and attitude change when driving? ? ?

Do you get 'road rage' and more 'attitude' for the sake of it? ? ?

Do you get annoyed with situations that generally cant be helped? ? ?

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    atkinson2006
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    RE: Your Behaviour When Driving... 2007/06/16 14:42:24 (permalink)
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    i get road age often and i am only a passenger, god knows what i will be like when i pass my lessons lol.

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    RE: Your Behaviour When Driving... 2007/06/16 14:44:38 (permalink)
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    yes apparently i change into a monster (so mrs ginasmg says) i swear which i dont normally do and become very impatient totally against what im realy like,but i never get road rage or want to kill someone for making a mistake
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    RE: Your Behaviour When Driving... 2007/06/16 14:52:55 (permalink)
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    I would'nt say I change at all behind the wheel I am far to laid back for my own good

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    RE: Your Behaviour When Driving... 2007/06/16 14:53:47 (permalink)
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    On motorways and when the roads are quiet i'm cool but i get really stressed out driving during rush hour.

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    RE: Your Behaviour When Driving... 2007/06/16 14:59:22 (permalink)
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    Having had a couple of road rage incident I now take a much more relaxed attitude. It's not worth it ! thats not to say I dont get annoyed by other drivers

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    RE: Your Behaviour When Driving... 2007/06/16 15:02:22 (permalink)
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    mines fine...its everyone else!!

    really it is!

    thrusday some inventive idiot pulled out in front of me, i slamed my breaks on and must of missed him by mm's. people cant drive round our way gaz



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    RE: Your Behaviour When Driving... 2007/06/16 15:04:31 (permalink)
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    Yes mate quite possibly.

    I just was very suprised by someones' behaviour when i was a passenger in their car the other day.

    Totally changed their persona from being out of the car, to getting behind a wheel.

    Normal things like waiting for cars to go around the roundabout so he could move out, and shouting "come on p*ss off tossers", etc... I just sat there in disbelief, especially when the situation cant be avoided, i.e. other cars moving round the roundabout.
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    RE: Your Behaviour When Driving... 2007/06/16 15:05:01 (permalink)
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    no, not at all

    well, maybe just a tiny bit
    post edited by Murphyblew - 2007/06/16 15:06:03
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    RE: Your Behaviour When Driving... 2007/06/16 15:10:26 (permalink)
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    Normal things like waiting for cars to go around the roundabout so he could move out, and shouting "come on p*ss off tossers", etc... I just sat there in disbelief, especially when the situation cant be avoided, i.e. other cars moving round the roundabout.


    Do you not think there is a lot of people who think they are hard cases because they are in their car and frankly would'nt have the b@lls to go on like this in public

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    RE: Your Behaviour When Driving... 2007/06/16 15:12:26 (permalink)
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    I've been told by a number of people i'm a good driver, although people who don't use the speed limit (i.e 30mph in a national speed zone) get on my tits
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    RE: Your Behaviour When Driving... 2007/06/16 15:13:54 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: dbam

    Normal things like waiting for cars to go around the roundabout so he could move out, and shouting "come on p*ss off tossers", etc... I just sat there in disbelief, especially when the situation cant be avoided, i.e. other cars moving round the roundabout.


    Do you not think there is a lot of people who think they are hard cases because they are in their car and frankly would'nt have the b@lls to go on like this in public


    I dont think it was a matter of this individual trying to act hard but just a complete change in attitude and persona.
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    RE: Your Behaviour When Driving... 2007/06/16 15:19:41 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: Ak_88

    I've been told by a number of people i'm a good driver, although people who don't use the speed limit (i.e 30mph in a national speed zone) get on my tits


    wow this is the worst! all the time i have to put up with this, im sure its illegal do drive so far under the speed limit, it is not?

    its deadly, u driving normal speed and u come round corner and nearly run into some (normally) old git driving at 20mph!




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    RE: Your Behaviour When Driving... 2007/06/16 15:22:02 (permalink)
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    Have a short fuse and aggressive out of a car, and no different in a car
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    RE: Your Behaviour When Driving... 2007/06/16 15:24:27 (permalink)
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    You been causing grief on the roads of linc in that snazzy red number of yours again?


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    RE: Your Behaviour When Driving... 2007/06/16 15:47:20 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: Ak_88

    although people who don't use the speed limit (i.e 30mph in a national speed zone)


    Yes, that does get rather annoying.

    When they drive within 10 mph of the actual speed limit.

    I.e. 20 in a 30, 30 in a 40.
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    RE: Your Behaviour When Driving... 2007/06/16 15:55:31 (permalink)
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    I dont think it was a matter of this individual trying to act hard but just a complete change in attitude and persona


    Is he like this when in a supermarket with a trolley

    I can see it now "ow you fcuking sh1t I was heading for the potatoes and you just cut me up you w@nker!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" LOL

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    RE: Your Behaviour When Driving... 2007/06/16 15:57:15 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: dbam

    I dont think it was a matter of this individual trying to act hard but just a complete change in attitude and persona


    Is he like this when in a supermarket with a trolley

    I can see it now "ow you fcuking sh1t I was heading for the potatoes and you just cut me up you w@nker!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" LOL


    Lol cant say ive noticed that to be honest.

    Im not saying that people are going to be laid back and placid when driving but there was and is no need for the way he was.
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    RE: Your Behaviour When Driving... 2007/06/16 16:11:23 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: dbam

    Normal things like waiting for cars to go around the roundabout so he could move out, and shouting "come on p*ss off tossers", etc... I just sat there in disbelief, especially when the situation cant be avoided, i.e. other cars moving round the roundabout.


    Do you not think there is a lot of people who think they are hard cases because they are in their car and frankly would'nt have the b@lls to go on like this in public



    definately, some idiot chased me the other day in the car. there were 2 of them in the car and i was on my own. i headed to some busy shops and pulled over, they got so i did too, i dont think they were expecting someone like me to get out. they were skinny chavs, the only problem being they would have leathered me as i had done legs at the gym and couldnt even walk properly! lol

    so many people turn into idiots when in the car, i prefer just to laugh at them. it winds them up more and they must feel a right tw@t later.
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    RE: Your Behaviour When Driving... 2007/06/16 16:20:06 (permalink)
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    it depends what car im driving. when i ve had sports cars in the past ive been very aggresive cos i seem to move in a faster pace that everyone else and stupidity and hesitency annoys the hell out of me. i got a jag now which is far more chilled so in= ever really get road rage cos im far more happy just cruising
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