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'We all know who the loser in this case is now don't we? But Greg Ball warned people not make assumptions.'In my experience drivers pull out and do so knowing the cars will stop for them.
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He then gets his phone and takes a picture of me whilst he's driving.' Several fellow lorry drivers shared their frustration. someone else makes a mistake, but yet always give you the fingers! so many stupid risks are taken to get past us.' And Jeremy Strutt wrote: 'Always in such a hurry, but suddenly they have enough time to stop and hold up an HGV.
'Then they'll gun it to the supermarket and wonder why the shelves are empty.' Ali Zaman pointed out that if the Audi driver had been caught, he would have faced a £200 fine and six points on his licence.
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The incident occurred where the A160 and A1077 meet in Ulceby, Lincolnshire. The video, which was uploaded to Facebook by Idiot UK Drivers Exposed has been shared over 800 times and attracted over a thousand comments.It is best known for rescuing castles, lighthouses and other historic buildings by turning them into holiday homes.Now as it celebrates its 50th anniversary, the Landmark Trust is trying to carry out similar feats with far more obscure monuments as it embarks on one of its toughest challenges to date.The charity has identified a number of structures that it wants to save from destruction – buildings that at first glance might not seem the most appealing venue for a romantic weekend away but nevertheless warrant preservation rather than demolition.Military structures built in the 20th century, such as control towers and bunkers, are common among the entries on Britain’s At Risk registers because they are the most difficult to save. The Ulceby Junction Signal Box and the aircraft control tower at RAF Bircham are just two examples the trust has cited of buildings that could have been saved, had it been asked to step in.