Andy_Bangle

New pants please

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Simple mistake if he isn't used to it ;)

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On 28/11/2018 at 8:56 PM, Ian_C said:

Fack

Bloomin' 'eck.  The car/caravan were going slow and I guess the truck had nowhere to go and seeing as he struck the caravan at some speed it's going to be his fault for not paying attention (driving without due care and attention).

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There is a car in front of the tow car that all but stops - see how the caravan dips when the driver of that one slams on!

The golf did well to avoid!

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Didn't see that at first but yes, the car/caravan had to break suddenly as it looks as though the car in front had virtually stopped.

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1 hour ago, Lussac said:

yes, the car/caravan had to break suddenly

It certainly did, as it was hit by the lorry, that caused it to break........ Oh, sorry you meant brake......

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Oh sh**t!  Did I really write BREAK instead of BRAKE, it's old age you know and brain and fingers no longer work as they once did. :)

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On 15/01/2019 at 2:31 PM, cruiser647 said:

Cash for crash!

As there is no 'visible' reason for the car infront of the caravan to stop so suddenly.

The car driver could not see the lorry behind the caravan, so might well have thought it was just the caravan and some easy cash....  Ooops!

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I love the way the toilet seat continues to spin down the carriageway. 

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4wd cannot make up for stupidity.  Like hanging on to the car as it slides down a hill... or thinking of getting out of the moving car and into the direction it which it is travelling.... :roflmao:

A bit like curling... hit one, and it scoots off on it's own.  Oh, and then trying to stop a 2 tonne lump of metal sliding down hill on snow, by hanging on to it?  Really?  :rolleyes:

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