Top five cars to consider when filtering on an engine …
FILTERING on a motorcycle is one of the many advantages of having two out of four wheels. This saves time, alleviates traffic jams, and means that while everyone else is still, you keep moving and moving on.
Filtering is not without its dangers, however. Some of these risks can be caused by the rider’s own behavior. To help you, check out our guide to safe filtering. The other dangers of taking the magical motorcycle route are the riders you share it with!
Here’s who they are and how to spot them, and what to do to get around them!
Drivers to watch out for when filtering!
Pastor Maldonado – Danger Rating – 10/10
This car is probably the easiest to spot in traffic. It will be a battered old sedan with at least one of the rear quarter panels from an entirely different car. All other body panels will have a scratch, dent, hole, or dent.
At least one of the rear light units will be cracked, roughly taped and two-thirds full of rainwater.
Three of the four tires will be bald, and the fourth will be a space-saving aftermarket that was fitted to the car in 2014 and has never been removed.
The parcel shelf has not been seen since the late 1990s and the trunk contents include a bloodstained carpet, a roadside warning half triangle, an East Anglia road map and an empty bottle Morrisons brand engine oil.
Oh, and the fourth wheel and the original tire that the space saver replaces.
What to do?
Get off your bike, wait for the danger to pass and if it doesn’t, consider withdrawing from the world of two-wheelers.
The muppet ‘Powered by fairy dust’ – Danger rating – 7/10
This car is extremely easy to spot, as its ass will be covered in garish pink stickers exclaiming that they have a “little dude on board” or “I’m speeding only because I need a poo.” “.
The point is, the sticker wasn’t funny when it was released. It’s certainly not funnier 15 years from now. All you do is tell the rest of the world how much you love watching Mrs Brown’s Boys and Hollyoaks.
The driver of that car will probably be more interested in their social media updates than what is going on around them, and because their car’s dashboard will be covered in these vile little, glasses-eyed trolls. , they will hardly be able to see. of the windshield, not to mention their mirrors.
What to do?
Give a very wide berth.
Luton Rental Van Driver – Danger Rating – 8/10
I don’t know what’s in the Luton vans that give me the heebie-jeebies, but they just do. Maybe it’s the van section so overhangs the chassis that you can’t see the mirrors. It could be the primal fear that at any moment the tail lift would fall and end my days, Final Destination style.
But that’s probably just because there’s a strong possibility that the absolute helmet driving it has just rented the thing, never having driven something this big, heavy, or likely to catch a wind blast. through before.
What to do?
Change lanes and go around it!
The London Based Deliveroo Pilot – Danger Rating – 3/10
It’s the guys and girls who roam London on PCX125s that are more duct tape and good hope than physical machines. There must be a technical control inspector in the thick smoke who only gives tickets on this type of bike, and I bet they are a killer!
They filter through traffic like smoke, ghosts next to you at the lights, then leave you hanging in a cloud of two-stroke haze as they roll out of the traffic lights a solid second and a half before the traffic light even hits. amber does not light up. Guess that’s Jedi magic they’re learning at Delivery Rider Training School – Filtering 101.
The danger level is low with this one, in fact I think they are only on the list because they make navigating the capital so easy!
Jealousy is a terrible thing!
What to do?
Just hang on to their rear wheel as best they can mate.
The mobile cannabis emporium – Assessment of the danger – 5/10
You can smell it before you see it. This fragrant scent will take you back to Glastonbury 1999 when Grooverider was headlining in the dance tent.
Chances are, that the driver’s seat is reclined at this point, the driver’s head will be where the rear passenger’s knees should be. And the interior of the car will be bathed in a thick layer of Mary Jane perfume.
You’ll stop next to it and be greeted by two of the most bloodshot eyes on this side of a hand-to-hand boxing match, followed by that well-known phrase: “Want to buy some blud weed ?? “
What to do?
Don’t get too long in the wake, and if you’re feeling peckish you’re statistically only a mile and a half from a KFC or McDonalds.