I may have mentioned this before.
On many occasions, the offenders tend to be young lads in VW Golfs, who think they own the road, but of course, I should mention that other vehicle owners are available.
For my own amusement, I have taken to calling these drivers alliterative names, as I see them transgressing the rules of the road and, indeed, general motoring etiquette.
“Git in a Golf”, is ubiquitously used, of course. “Fuckwit in a Focus” is also quite popular.
“Bastard in a Beemer” and “Arsehole in an Astra” crop up regularly, along with the occasional “Prick in a Prius”.
I was also quite pleased recently when I spotted a “Twat in a Twingo”.
Lorry drivers get away with “Lughead in a Lorry”, as that’s the best I could think of.
But, yesterday morning, I was astonished when several cars in front and around me had to brake suddenly to avoid an accident, as a small black Corsa cut across all four lanes at high speed, in an attempt to not miss the exit.
I struggled to come up with a suitably insulting name.