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Old 03-10-2018, 01:12 AM
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Actually not normal behaviour as the Audi driver used his indicator.
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What a prick, I used to "cheat" at a very busy roundabout near me by going by going down the right hand lane and then travelling all the way around the roundabout to get the jump on the traffic waiting to enter in the left hand lane, much safer than that stupid effort.
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It's safe to say he regrets it haha

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The focus dude didn't even react, just twatted him. Funny
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It's safe to say he regrets it haha

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The focus dude didn't even react, just twatted him. Funny
Safe to say he regrets it? No way, he's probably still telling his mates of the idiot that blocked him off.
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I'm sure his insurance gave him a different view

And will punish him accordingly at renewal
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Originally Posted by martin j View Post
What a prick, I used to "cheat" at a very busy roundabout near me by going by going down the right hand lane and then travelling all the way around the roundabout to get the jump on the traffic waiting to enter in the left hand lane, much safer than that stupid effort.
Also a better idea when you DO find yourself in the wrong lane at an unfamiliar roundabout.

Some of the markings really are quite strange/annoying, if you are not familiar with them.
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