Using phone while driving

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-5 1. nomaddaf commented 2 years ago

I hate lane spliters with the heat of a1,000 suns. Damn shame he didn't rearend you.
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+3 2. RealGOrdjy commented 2 years ago

#1 What a stupid comment...
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+10 3. Klemm commented 2 years ago

Seems to me he crashed because some idiot on a bike was pestering him. And distracted everyone by driving between two rows of moving cars. What a dick.
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0 4. oleHashow commented 2 years ago

#1 like fighting fire with fire idea?
you do understand to rear end someone who is doing lane split, you need another one who is doing exactly the same but even faster :)

and then you loop it to infinity. so we must agree with #2
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0 5. bella1 commented 2 years ago

The biker did come across as being an angry pissed off pom however im with the biker, mobile phones should be switched off when driving.
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+6 6. Judge-Jake commented 2 years ago

There is a perfectly good law in the UK that states that if you are caught on your phone or even touching it, when driving it's a fine of £200 and six points on your licence. So get caught twice and you are disqualified from driving. Argue and go to court and it could rise to £1000 and a disqualification from driving. A new driver caught on the phone would get an instant disqualification. Therefore I don't think anyone using their phone to speak or text while touching their phone while driving has any kind of an argument whatsoever, do you? And if a guy on a bike tells you put your phone away, PUT YOUR FECKING PHONE AWAY!! :(

Oh by the way were on page 21 now, but still on 207, not going too well and I'm very sad about it. :'(
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0 7. Vaypay commented 2 years ago

Rule #1 at the wheel: stay focused on what's ahead in all circumstances and, in particular, resist the urge of responding to the person next to you who tries to draw your attention.