Reporting Anti-social Driving

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Reporting Anti-social Driving

Postby Jon C C on a Bianchi » Thu Dec 27, 2012 7:51 pm

The next time you're cut up by a dangerous driver or suffer abuse or harassment you might want to help us all by reporting it here:

https://my.surrey.police.uk/reportonline/ReportIt/

I'm not into this 'road wars' thing. We all know that the vast majority of car drivers (and let's face it that means most of us) we meet every day on the road are courteous and considerate. It's just a few that give us grief. (We also know that some cyclist can ride like twats.) Keep calm, don't respond to provocation, don't get abusive - just get their number and report them. Nice:D
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Re: Reporting Anti-social Driving

Postby Amy » Sun Dec 30, 2012 3:45 pm

I like 8) Some drivers/passengers have been really abusive/dangerous in the last few months of this year and I don't know why...

Don't forget, you don't have to dial 999 unless it's a real emergency but 101 instead and if you are lucky you can report any incidents to a 'local' bobby on the spot. (I know, a rare sight, but I did spot a bobby walking through Hackbridge and down into my estate :shock: ). Reported a driver who wanted to overtake me as I overtook a parked car (actually he wanted me to stop before the parked car and let him through...) and there is an option where you can suggest what should happen to the driver - one option is to go on a refresher driving course :lol:
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Re: Reporting Anti-social Driving

Postby Jon C C on a Bianchi » Sun Dec 30, 2012 5:48 pm

what about making them ride a bike while we drive our cars really close and cut them up :D . they might get the idea, but there again...
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Re: Reporting Anti-social Driving

Postby Tim Coales » Wed Dec 04, 2013 5:42 pm

Amy wrote:I like 8) Some drivers/passengers have been really abusive/dangerous in the last few months of this year and I don't know why...



Really, Amy? Very unlike you and I'm somewhat shocked and surprised. :shock: Still, confession is good for the soul as they say! At least you know where to self-refer should you repeat the offending behaviour :wink:
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