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    Doing a head check when changing lanes should be law. I don't care how well you think you can see, or that you think your car doesn't have a blind spot. It might not seem that way sitting in your driveway, but you can't see everything in your mirrors going 100 on the freeway.
    I can't count the amount of times I've almost been side swiped because of this. Luckily my dad is a professional driver, so I've been taught to drive very defensively.
    Oh, and if you're going to do less than 95 on the freeway, get into the left lane.
    Oh, and if lanes are merging, don't want until the last minute. It slows traffic so badly. Ie - just before the bridge on Chander Hwy in Alphington around 5:30pm - nightmare!
    There's so many more, I loathe bad driving.

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    Dear Victorian drivers that were on the road today,

    Don't go in the right lane if you don't actually plan to overtake.
    Also if the car in front of you brakes, doesn't mean you have to brake. It's 20 metres from you, calm down!!

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    Multi-tasking does not apply to driving.

    GET OFF YOUR DAMN PHONE and pay attention. It could cost a life.

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    If you can't do the speed limit (or at the least 10 under)

    get off the road, there is NO reason for you to be driving that slow...

    Where'd you get your licence? a f*cking weeties box? FFS!

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    Just because i have a green P plate on my car it don't mean i going to drag you, speed or drive like a maniac oh and PLEASE STOP TAIL GATTING ME IM NOT GOING TO GO ANY FASTER!!! the speed limit is 60 so go bloody 60.

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    How about looking before you reverse out of your parking bay instead if relying on me to honk my horn to let you know I am there?

    Stay on your side of the road. And if you don't, move over when you see an oncoming car. I'm sick of going into the bush to avoid stupid tourists!!

    Indicators are NOT optional.

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    Dear women.... GET YOURSELF READY AT HOME!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by London View Post



    Meanwhile, Im still baffled as to why West Australians are apparently born without the ability to merge properly.
    'OMG TWO LANES ARE TURNING INTO ONE?!?!?!?! *slams on brakes*'
    This! Was just about to write this. What is with that? So frustrating!

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    Dear motorist,

    If you see a set of lights with a left hand turn arrow and you are NOT turning left ffs get into the right lane so the rest of us who ARE turning left can do do so and not have to wait another light change behind your inconsiderate arese.It happens EVERY day at the same set of lights..

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    Quote Originally Posted by London View Post



    Meanwhile, Im still baffled as to why West Australians are apparently born without the ability to merge properly.
    'OMG TWO LANES ARE TURNING INTO ONE?!?!?!?! *slams on brakes*'
    Bahahaha! As a born and bred Sydney-sider, I'm so glad West Australians can actually see this!

    I cannot stand it!! It's like the "Form 1 Lane" has fine print of "hahaha b!tches! One lane BAM!"

    It's the worst thing about driving here!


    Brain, brain, gone away, will come back another day.


 

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