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Clear The Roads

Irresponsible Volkswagen Polo driver – registration HW06 CWM – needs to be removed from Britain’s roads

 

Jeremy Clarkson regularly shares the registration plates of irresponsible motorists he spots on his Twitter feed and having encountered similarly bad driving yesterday, here we share imagery of a woman who deserves to be removed from Britain’s roads.

 

Witnessed by numerous drivers swerving in and out of traffic on the Cromwell Road in London, SW7 on Sunday afternoon, the female driver of a Volkswagen Polo – registration HW06 CWM – was observed nearly causing an accident with a Range Rover and then hooting her horn abusively.

 

We share a picture of the white, female driver concerned and urge readers to clear the roads if you see this menace approaching.

 

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6 COMMENTS

  1. She needs locking up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Who’d drive a car that bloody small on such dangerous roads??????????? WTF???????????!!!!!!!! Insane!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. If you think she’s bad, try driving in Sydney or Melbourne, without a doubt the worst, most aggressive drivers in the world.
    For instance, if you wish to change lanes, don’t indicate as this will just make the driver in that lane accelerate so as not to let you in. I see it time and time again, tail gating, speeding up to red traffic lights?? and drivers just hurling abuse at anybody that slows them down for a second. I had a guy just two weeks ago that was actually on my side of a divided road, coming straight at me. I pulled over and stopped, as he went past hurling abuse at me, it was lucky it was only a 50kl zone. This was obviously a tourist that had hired the car, and didn’t realise we drive on the left in this country. How the hell car rental companies can just hire out vehicles to tourists that don’t know the road rules, is beyond me, but that’s a story for another day.

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