Cars that are nearly always driven badly

Cars that are nearly always driven badly

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miken2k8

Original Poster:

105 posts

31 months

Friday 11th January
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So i realize that this is generalising but some of the ones ive noticed recently

low class merc 180d

lowered engined 1 series from 2004 up till new

zafira

focus st although strangely not astra vxr

low engined modern corsas

MOKKAS THESE ARE THE DEVILS SIN

nissan jukes with their 3 sets of lights on totaling 6 just ridiculous

anyone have any other examples?


miken2k8

Original Poster:

105 posts

31 months

Friday 11th January
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to add to this cars that don't indicate very annoying especially at roundabouts ususally an audi of some type you can usually tell from the shape of the headlights barreling up behind you even when you are doing 90 on the mway

grudas

209 posts

116 months

Friday 11th January
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Honda jazz
Nissan Micra
Polos
Corsas

Etc

Anything an old person likes to own and pootle along in.. 30 in a 60, 40 in a 30.. constant breaking for no reason.. terrified of rain, cars and other moving objects with 0 self awareness and anticipation.

Johnnytheboy

18,932 posts

134 months

Friday 11th January
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Mokka has been taken, so I'll take any Peugeot SUV/crossover.

miken2k8

Original Poster:

105 posts

31 months

Friday 11th January
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i'm kind of getting at agressive pointless overtakes of people with a superiority complex as oppose to old people in small cars pootling along. or people that don't feel the need to indicate ever and cause traffic at roundabouts through their own selfishness. you know thw type overtake at 90 they do 110 etc

NordicCrankShaft

1,350 posts

63 months

Friday 11th January
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Any Audi, Merc or BMW. Also the turd in the 2007 1.8 Astra in Tesco car park with quad exhaust's just sat there revving his engine.

Pica-Pica

6,222 posts

32 months

Friday 11th January
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OK. So if you take a driver from one of those cars, and put them in a car at the other end of your ‘lists’, does their driving improve?
If posters were to drive these cars they list, would they, as drivers, become incompetent?
I wonder.

miken2k8

Original Poster:

105 posts

31 months

Friday 11th January
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Johnnytheboy said:
Mokka has been taken, so I'll take any Peugeot SUV/crossover.
completely agree never seen a 3008 not being driven like a bell, shame as they are nice cars

Toyoda

1,177 posts

48 months

Friday 11th January
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There's a Vauxhall theme for sure. Can't say I see many mokkas but vectras and insignias are usually driven aggressively by white trash.

...awaits a flaming from wormus.

eldar

13,097 posts

144 months

Friday 11th January
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Basically, every car that i’m not driving.

DoubleD

9,816 posts

56 months

Friday 11th January
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These threads are ALWAYS the same, with enough pages, every single type of car will get mentioned.

Trevor555

1,313 posts

32 months

Friday 11th January
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Round my way it's usually mums in people carriers doing the school run, at speed, holding their smartphone against the wheel.

Shuvi McTupya

23,224 posts

195 months

Friday 11th January
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ReaperCushions

3,826 posts

132 months

Friday 11th January
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Diesel Audi A4s and A5s on a Friday afternoon on any major motorway or A road as the young and hungry sales rep has to make it home.

miken2k8

Original Poster:

105 posts

31 months

Friday 11th January
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DoubleD said:
These threads are ALWAYS the same, with enough pages, every single type of car will get mentioned.
i disagree if this goes for a few pages then you collate all the results there will be a trend i guarantee

Mr E

18,840 posts

207 months

Friday 11th January
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eldar said:
Basically, every car that i’m not driving.
Basically, every car that I’m driving. Probably.

DoubleD

9,816 posts

56 months

Friday 11th January
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miken2k8 said:
DoubleD said:
These threads are ALWAYS the same, with enough pages, every single type of car will get mentioned.
i disagree if this goes for a few pages then you collate all the results there will be a trend i guarantee
Nope, they always end up the same with every type of car getting a mention.

MarJay

2,082 posts

123 months

Friday 11th January
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Priuses, especially early ones.

miken2k8

Original Poster:

105 posts

31 months

Friday 11th January
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DoubleD said:
Nope, they always end up the same with every type of car getting a mention.
ok then

Jim the Sunderer

2,187 posts

130 months

Friday 11th January
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I don't know what it is about owners of old £1500 Audi TDIs, but they're uncouth to say the least.