Why is giving way on the roads so difficult for some?
There’s a driving habit that I’m seeing more and more of these days. Here’s how it goes: I’m in a lane, indicating right to move over, there’s a car in that lane that wants to be in my lane to exit left (bad road design IMO). Instead of allowing you to move out and they filter in behind, the driver will speed up, undertake you and pull across into your lane. My question is, why do people do this? Is it somekind of macho contest, an inferiority complex? I’d be interested to hear. Neil, Dubai