To the EA-ED driver on the Monash Fwy this morning at 1/4 to 6 - I doubt whether you could fit any extra lighting to the front of your car. You not only lit up the road in front of you - for 5 km - you also lit up the surrounding country side, and caused a jet to think it was on an approach at Tulla. I comfortably read the newspaper under the glare of your lights as you sat up my backside. You are an inconsiderate deadbeat and moron, and your car looks stupid.
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He's probably related to the mutant that drove the auto EA with the EB GT front and rear bumper (in primer) that sat up the clacker of our car yesterday...VERY lucky I was in a calm(ish) mood. The car was an embarassment and so was the driver. If it's a FF or E Series person..modify your driving habits buddy!
It's simple. Fit ultra bright lamps onto your boot or spolier and if some inconsiderate !@#$ is behind you and won't dip you just turn on your brighties and blind them. Problem solved!
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Originally posted by 3Toed It's simple. Fit ultra bright lamps onto your boot or spolier and if some inconsiderate !@#$ is behind you and won't dip you just turn on your brighties and blind them. Problem solved!
A guy I know with an Explorer ( pic: http://eafalcon.com/otherfords.htm ) has all the lights in the world on his car, and he has actually installed a rear 'blinder' light for this very purpose as well!
Really shouldn't be necessary, but what to do? :dead:
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