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    Just watching the news and plenty of pictures of people thinking they're driving a boat. Lines of cars driving through water 3-4 feet deep.

    When are people going to realise that just a few inches of water can write off their car. And guess who they want to get them out of the sh@t when they break down.

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    I've been following a few today that think they are driving amphibious cars
    Even worse is the idiots driving down the M56 at well over the speed limit with no lights on. Maybe they can see where they are going BUT how am i supposed to see them coming up behind me through my door mirrors with all the spray

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    Don't you tune in to their telepathic guidance info?...

    Annoys the hell out of me too. Especially people who drive silver and grey cars, who should be subject to a separate law requiring them to put lights on as soon as the sun goes in.

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    Floody Hell !!!

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    still had some tw4t tailgating me home on the m62 tonight, 80 was fast enough in this weather - i move over if im not overtaking so why do they feel the need ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caterman View Post
    Even worse is the idiots driving down the M56 at well over the speed limit with no lights on. Maybe they can see where they are going BUT how am i supposed to see them coming up behind me through my door mirrors with all the spray
    Quote Originally Posted by parapaul View Post
    Annoys the hell out of me too. Especially people who drive silver and grey cars, who should be subject to a separate law requiring them to put lights on as soon as the sun goes in.
    This is one of my particular pet hates. Lights are not on your car just so YOU can see the road ahead; its so others can see you! Silver/Greay cars are the worst to see when you want to pull out and overtake in reduced visibility. Lights are also needed when the sun is bright, low in the sky and behind you - can't see much at all in the mirror then either. I think DTRs are a good idea too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LJ sxi-nav View Post
    This is one of my particular pet hates. Lights are not on your car just so YOU can see the road ahead; its so others can see you! Silver/Greay cars are the worst to see when you want to pull out and overtake in reduced visibility. Lights are also needed when the sun is bright, low in the sky and behind you - can't see much at all in the mirror then either. I think DTRs are a good idea too.
    dos'nt matter if it's day or night, raining or fine i've allway's got my light's on (I like to be seen)
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    Did the donuts get wet.

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    A few years ago, a mate bought a 6 month old Focus, coming under a bridge near Bletchley Train Station one particulaly wet day, he was going a bit too quick, the car sucked water straight up the intake and that was the end of that, one very very poorly engine!

    £6000 and an insurance claim later, he had it sorted, but i dont think he goes thru big puddles anymore!!

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