Don't know If this has been done before, apologies if it has but I have been noting the different types of driver you are likely to encounter on Britains motorways today: The Middle Laner: Found on any motorway in Britain usually doing around 68mph, refuses to budge from the middle lane as they probably think the driving lane is "for buses and coaches only" or some other such mentalism. 4 oclock bandit: Usually found in the middle lane, while you are in the driving lane, they approach you from the rear, either in the driving lane or middle lane but as they get into your blind spot at "4 oclock" they slow down and match your speed, just hovering about, this results in you having to brake as you are fast approaching a HGV and have nowhere to pull out to. 8 oclock bandit: Similar to the 4 oclock bandit, the difference being they are in the driving or middle lane, when you overtake them, for some reason they speed up and stay on your "8 oclock" preventing you from changing lanes, usaully found driving a BMW. Brake Tapper. These drivers are the main causes of stop/start queues on motorways, they are driving along quite happily but then for no reason at all, they tap their brakes, this results in the person behind tapping theirs, probably a bit harder and so on causing a shockwave effect in the line of traffic resulting in the poor gits 3 miles behind actually having to stop. Crowbars: You drive along keeping the correct braking distance from the car in front, that gap is then filled by someone desperate to get pull out and crowbar themselves into, they usually dont then go any faster, it also doesnt matter that there was nothing behind you and if they had waited for you to pass they would of had the whole shagging motoway to move around on. Satnavers: They have no clue where they are going, no sense of direction, they depend on their satnav to get them to where they are going, usually found turning off the junction at the last possible moment. Alonso's Lorry HGV driver who for some reason believe that his fully laden HGV is as fast as a F1 car and pulls out to overtake another lorry at breakneck speed when in reality he is going 1 mph faster, they particluarly like to perform this manouvere on dual carrigeways creating a "rolling roadblock" effect. Any more?