Cars that are nearly always driven badly

Cars that are nearly always driven badly

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MitchT

12,734 posts

157 months

Friday 11th January
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- Vauxhall Corsa (I promise, the world won't melt if you exceed 18mph)
- 99% of SUVs, but Nissan Qashqais get a special mention
- Most MPVs
- Minis, particularly when driven by young women
- Audi A3, specifically 2.0 diesel ones
- Seat Leon R
- VW Golf R
- Skoda Octavia VRS

GravelBen

13,892 posts

178 months

Friday 11th January
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grudas said:
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.
hehe

Honda CRV then.

av185

9,649 posts

75 months

Friday 11th January
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Anything varicose vein blue or hearing aid beige is invariably unsurprisingly driven moronically.

alec.e

1,164 posts

72 months

Friday 11th January
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-Daewoo/ Chevy Matiz
-Vauxhall Agila
-Citroen Picasso

Any car that a car enthusiast would never buy.

Bobtherallyfan

227 posts

26 months

Friday 11th January
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Can’t remember seeing a Ferrari ever being driven properly on the road...the drivers are normally too fat. Around here, Hyundai i10’s are generally to be avoided, with any form of Kia close behind.

gazza285

5,421 posts

156 months

Friday 11th January
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Red and black Toyota Aygos, closely followed by any late naughties Audi with blacked windows, closely followed by everything else.

BornRageFree

51 posts

20 months

Friday 11th January
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Any mid 2000's toyota hatchback. Usually a clapped out corolla. Like the one I followed out of Blackburn last night. 26 in a 30 (manageable), 10 round a wide junction (taking the piss but I'll let it slide), 25 in a 40 (what the fk?), 15 round another wide open T-junction, then 25 in a 50 (red mist descending, 6+ car tailback behind it), then 20 round a roundabout to join a motorway, then joining the motorway at 35. 35 miles a fking hour, onto a MOTORWAY! Joined said motorway at 35. Literally no clue. They live among us....

HustleRussell

17,143 posts

108 months

Friday 11th January
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Prius. I won’t be convinced otherwise.

Vanordinaire

3,701 posts

110 months

Friday 11th January
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What they're driving doesn't matter, what they are wearing does. I avoid anyone who wears a hat when driving. Whether its a tweed flat cap or a reversed baseball cap or a woolly bobble hat, you really don't want to meet one on the road.

skypeller

135 posts

141 months

Friday 11th January
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Lately .... insignia’s & vw t5 sportlines driven by migets making up for their vertically challenged frame with a large angrily driven van ... tailgating and doing the riding white line “I’m going to overtake” thing

Trevor555

1,313 posts

32 months

Friday 11th January
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Vanordinaire said:
What they're driving doesn't matter, what they are wearing does. I avoid anyone who wears a hat when driving.
Wow.

My driving instructor actually said that to me 30 years ago.

sixpistons

180 posts

71 months

Friday 11th January
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I think for general inability, Honda jazz, Hyundai i10, Daewoo Matiz and the like seem to always have someone infirm at the wheel who can’t get above 40 on an NSL road. I’ve never been behind one and thought they were making reasonable progress.

For aggression/road captaincy/general ishness however I think A45 AMGs are top of my list at the minute. I never see one on the open road being driven swiftly- almost always driven by some twunt booting it round the town centre. Saw one in charging through a residential part of Nottingham the other day with full Petronas livery for extra knob points.

ajprice

16,734 posts

144 months

Friday 11th January
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Highway maintenance vans

HarryW

14,759 posts

217 months

Friday 11th January
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Toyoda said:
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.
Can I add stty Astras to that, never park within door dinking range of an Astra..i

MB140

1,915 posts

51 months

Friday 11th January
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White mercs, usually smaller engined with blacked out windows, black roof, music blaring and fake AMG badges/bodykit all over it. Tend to be driven by certain demographic I have found. Always trying to bully everybody off the road and generally act as if none of the country’s laws is applicable to any of them.

ericmcn

1,915 posts

45 months

Saturday 12th January
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miken2k8 said:
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?
Hyundais, all the french cars with malfunctioning lights/indicators.

Who me ?

6,923 posts

160 months

Saturday 12th January
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let's not forget the Weaver ( and it's normally, as opposed to bloke ) Bird.
But not let us forget that at this time of year it's a bit cold, and those of us who are follicle challenged need a hat to stop the brain freezing over.

BrassMan

1,322 posts

137 months

Saturday 12th January
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Pretty much everything in white. Kia, Audi, BMW (the 1 series seems to be pulling Them back), VW and Vauxhall being the worst.

Mr Tidy

9,791 posts

75 months

Saturday 12th January
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Toyota Prius, especially if it has the private hire stickers in the windows. banghead

PorkRind

3,004 posts

153 months

Saturday 12th January
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Focus St's. Always up my arse, trying to prove something. Council estate scum type cars, esp with the pops and bangs. Gay.

Ford transits, White. Always thinking their next job is more important than your right of way.

Scaffolding trucks, see St for the types driving it and transits as reference to their attitude as to who's right of way it is.