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A man hilariously rang up a van driver in front of him who wouldn't overtake a slow driving lorry. Watch video below:
Whilst driving in relatively minor traffic, a man rang up the number on the van in front of him and asks if he's from the firm.
The van driver responded, "Yeah, speaking?"
Where the man driving behind jokingly requested: "Can you hurry the f*** up lad and overtake that lorry mate, you're taking the p***!"
Whilst laughing at the strange request, the van driver asks: "Are you behind me?"
"Yeah, can you overtake that?" he insistently asked.
With the poor van driver giving in to the unique situation, "Alright mate, I'll get round it."
In his defence there was traffic coming the other way so it was already quite difficult to overtake anyway.
Impatient drivers don't always make for humorous situations on the road though.
Recently, footage of a car smashing into a motorbike while changing lanes resurfaced and it's divided opinion.
The incident occurred within a few seconds with the motorbike seemingly unable to slow down and crashes into the side of the car when splitting the lane.
One person seemed to place the blame squarely on the motorcyclist, writing: "Making your own lane' at this sort of speed is bad for your health. Even in areas where this is legal, you don't travel that quickly when you have literally zero manoeuvring room. Especially at night or dusk!"
Whereas someone who believed the motorist was in the right, wrote: "Double yellow, nobody should have been changing lanes. The driver didn't even have an angle to move in that traffic jam. They just pulled out sideways."
Of course, some people pointed out that both were at fault, with one writing: "This guy was traveling too fast while doing it for it to be considered safe annnnnnnd that car crossed a double solid line. In theory if everyone was following the rules nothing bad would have happened."
The debate of lane splitting will continue and I expect the rivalry between cyclists and motorists will do so too.
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