Does not always happen off road.

dno67

Well-Known Member
l bet he did look, just in his mirrors without a head check and you
were in his blind spot. l scored a new falcon the same way.
 

peterfermtech

Well-Known Member
I had a TOG do that in front of me on the Hume hwy just before the Mansfield Benalla Interchange a couple of years ago. He had obviously just finished booking someone and was heading back to his cubby hole. Had the old D-max sideways at 110 kmh and missed him by about a metre. Headlights were on during daytime. Wish I had a dash cam because if I had of done that to him I can imagine where I would have ended up.

regards
 

Cejay

Member
He was watching on coming traffic to see where he could slot in. First met him on roundabout he was about to go straight on but changed his mind.
 
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