I invite you all to save your heart from blood pressure overdose by venting on this thread. To prevent general anarchty, please keep it to recent experiences on the road. I offer this recent example of someone who really shouldnt be on the road: Sunday morning 20 Nov, around 0945 on the M4 near Swindon. Fog - visibility varying from 1/4 mile at best to lesss than 100m, wet road surface. Traffic travelling well below national speed limit in most cases. I was amazed that quite a few drivers did not consider <100m visibility to require fog lights on but then, in my rear view mirror, closing fast, I saw a vague outline of a vehicle: A black BMW X?. Travelling fast (I estimate well over 70MPH, possibly over 80MPH). NO LIGHTS ON (not just no fog lights, no lights at all). Female driver , mid 40s-ish. So speeding and no lights on in dense fog only a few days after a huge pile up with multiple deaths was all over the news. I am wondering. Does the BMW Xseries come with so called "automatic" headlights that come on when it is dark and has the brain dead housewife been let down by technology she has assumed has illuminated her vehicle appropriately? Or is she just conforming to steriotypes about female 4x4 drivers?