Driving in Britain...
I had to drive into work this morening because my shift started too early to catch a train.
I finished at just afer 1500, and had to brave the traffic from London PAddington to my home in Essex. It's a 33 mile trip. This morning with no traffic about it took me about 50mins.
The journy home took 3 and a quarter hours.
Our town and city roads are inefficiant, overcrowded, and full of the most idiotic drivers in the world.
Cutting people up for no reason, sitting across yellow boxes at junctions, running through red lights, refusing to let people into gaps ahead of them. Using mobiles whilst driving, the list is endless.
I'm not perfect, by any stretch of the imagination, but I at least try to be a good, thoughtful driver. These people think they're the on;y ones on the road.
Rush hour driving is a complete nightmare, the most frustrating thing about living and working in the south east.
People constantly have a pop at public transport, but IMO (certainly during rush hour) the train is far easier, more relaxing, less stressful, and far, far quicker.