On my way home from work, I turn out of a long straight country road into the B road leading to Chiddingstone Causeway. Coming to a T-junction, it's necessary to turn left and then pick up speed. About 100 yards to your right is a bend, and a great number of cars come hurtling down there at very high speeds. Bearing in mind we're not talking wide fast roads here, but fairly narrow country roads with hedges either side, and the odd deer jumping out at you, you could regard that as just a tad arrogant and less than considerate of others. This evening I got quite a fright on my way home as a massive maroon 4 wheel drive came rushing up behind me, so close up that it filled my rear window, and continued to drive less than a yard behind me until it had the chance to sweep imperiously past. To the owner of YF02 XEM, I sincerely hope that something may bring to your attention what such murderous impatience may one day cause. I drive a small car, for various reasons, and simply cannot accelerate from 0 to 60mph in very few yards, however inconvenient that may be for someone who sees another car in their way as wilfully deliberate!!! I'd call that an extremely self-centred point of view. I offer my grateful thanks to all the patient drivers out there!
Lifelong bookworm, love writing too. Have been a theatrical agent and reflexologist among other things, attitude to life summed up by Walt Whitman's MIRACLES.