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Just 5 seconds sooner and who knows...
#1
I bought a dash can from Loz a couple of months ago. Here's proof that we should be getting danger money for doing a vehicle based job..,

https://www.dropbox.com/s/lrvui1xq15cv4e...0Lorry.AVI
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#2
stop hogging the middle lane you know it is there to allow lorry drivers to swerve while turning the pages of their books. bloody inconsiderate you are
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#3
You're a lucky *****. If anything had been in the right hand lane...!

Why did he even change lanes, no reason for it...
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#4
Rolleyes 
At least he indicated!! Don't know what your problem is.....
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#5
assume LHD?

& whats that s**t music your listening too ?
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#6
You'd still have been at fault if someone hit you in the outside lane, I always tell myself these days that I won't swerve to avoid someone because at least if I hit them it's their fault, If I hit someone it's my fault, but it's easy to say that and harder to do it when you're about to go into the back of a lorry!
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(27-11-2013, 08:51 PM)Mr Happy Wrote: assume LHD?

& whats that s**t music your listening too ?

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#8
to be honest mate it was a lucky escape, and they are professional drivers, what hope for the rest ?
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(27-11-2013, 11:27 PM)hothead Wrote: to be honest mate it was a lucky escape, and they are professional drivers, what hope for the rest ?

The footage doesn't show quite how close a shave I had. If the focus on left was a couple of MPH slower I would have had no escape. Luckily for me I know that road and lorries are always doing that on this section, so I kind of had an eye on it expecting an indicator. Also, I was only doing 60ish, any faster and I'd have been shafted too, so yes, very lucky - especially as my son was in the passenger seat!
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(30-11-2013, 11:53 PM)Ghostrider Wrote: ...especially as my son was in the passenger seat!

Which explains the lack of massive rage and swearing as you go past...Rofl
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