Saw another thread on here for the lack of indicators nowadays. It's so true. Just today some bint was on the roundabout not indicating - went round it at least twice - obviously didn't have a clue where she was going but was too much effort to signal right.
People don't seem to understand how to signal on a roundabout. If you are turning right you indicate right. Not drive onto the roundabout, go round it so no one knows what you are playing at and then redundantly signal left once you have turned off!!!
My pet peeves
Letting someone out or across you - no acknowlegement whatsoever - even worse when 2 of the ***ts are in their and they act all entitled or have got in front of you !!!!!!!!!!!!
Someone does you a favour on the road that benefits you then you raise your hand and make sure they see it
**** that take the outside lane to merge and overtake what, 3 cars when they know it's a bottleneck. Don't indicate or acknowledge you.
Similarly people who speed up when it is a merge in turn and the road is going to be clear - only to slow right down once they have held you up and prevented you from overtaking them!
Middle lane hoggers, tailgaters especially when you are doing 95 in the outside lane on busy roads.
People that boot it to 70MPH - in built up 30 MPH areas - that have traffic lights every 500 metres - doh!
Maggots that have ridiculously loud and pointless exhausts - generally in cars or bikes that are fit for the scrap heap!
Example - my sodding neighbour - must be 30+ lives with his parents. Drives an old Audi TT with a rollcage and ridiculous graphics. Can't help but hear his exhaust at whatever time he turns up and needs to rev it.
It's a 15+ old Audi TT, a hairdressers car - WTF are you doing?!! Grow up!!
Motorcyclists / scooters - that make a big show of getting in front of you - then holding you up....
People using fog lights - all the time
Scumbags driving quite clearly un roadworthy cars, dodgy headlights, no brake lights etc
Also people on their mobiles - could catch 200 a day lol!
Just a few of mine - what are yours?