Forget all about Learner drivers ' L' And Provisional 'P' plates. Perhaps we need 'G' plates for geeks.
Computer Geeks who get off on thrills from video driving games are substantially more likely to take risks and also be less adept at basic driving manoeuvres.
That's no surprise. Video games rarely feature parking.
Regardless of teachings, the young male 'Ego' will continue as the major supplier of road carnage.
Coming along in second place are the short arsed oriental women who can barely see over the front dashboard, how they become licenced gawd only knows.
'Tailgaters' are my favourite road asshole, they were responsible for my past two prangs awhile back.
The worst continuing instance of tail gating I recall was when driving on the English type skinny roads in outback Tasmania, Obviously most were local twin/heads who knew instinctively when the next opportunity to pass would present itself, sometimes little pieces of red yellow and white glass were strewn around these good passing spots. I would recommend a strong 'Chelsea Tractor' (SUV) and a sturdy constitution when motoring in Tassy.
Today a visit to two doctors the first appointment at 0815, the Doc was half an hour adrift, he said he had to attend to another local doc who had just passed away that morning aged 65, Picking up his referral for the next Doc I hurried off for my next Appt and to follow was the F/ntly shopping expedition with my beloved Rosemary, Who has given me a direct order to mow the the front and back weeds - grass. Our mower named Syb will only start on orders from our son Chris.
Had a good buy at the bottlo today, a case of 12 charders at $1-99 per 750 ml bot, Hope it goes well with Chish and fips. Must go now, enjoy the forthcoming W/E....Back soon.... Vest.
BTW It is better to light a candle than curse the darkness.
And sit on a tall stick if short woman driver..........................Chinese proverb?
To advise that Vest (Les Bowyer) passed away this morning. Regards, Chris (Son).
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