I'm probably the only one who'll think this, but why didn't the guy who needed to get over indicate (I can't see them, could be wrong) and pull over in good time instead of drifting across as late as possible and expecting everyone to get out of his way?
Unfortunately I don't have video evidence of this (much as I'd love it!) but a couple of months back an idiot in an MG tried to swerve round me to undertake. He floored it to get round, must have hit 70 before he realised he'd just tried to undertake in a very short bus lane. Slammed his breaks on in vain - his lovely new sports car crashed head on in to a bus shelter. Fortunately there was nobody in the bus shelter, and I did wait until I saw him get out of his car in one piece before I started laughing, never witnessed karma in such beautiful action before :D
I'm just glad i've never learned to drive and never will lol.
The guy who wants to pull over is waiting on the charity of the guy inside.
The guy inside could easily have backed off, and let him slide in. He chose not to. Rude!
The guy on the outside should have just accepted it.
But much like other aspects of society...the "be first at all costs" attitude took over and neither would yield to the other.
I take your point, but have to confess that I'd probably have done the same in similar circumstances (and occasionally do). It's not that I want to be first (I let out/slow down/hold back for far more cars than ever return the favour - if they have the courtesy to indicate and aren't driving like Robert Soles) but more that I don't like bullies, and firmly believe that failing to stand up to them only encourages their power trips. Possibly a character flaw, but I'd say it's less of one than expecting everyone else to kowtow to your demands.
It's a dashcam, most people with a car worth anything, and nearly all commercial drivers use them as insurance is a pig over there.
I found it funny but its a 50/50 on whos to blame/what they should have done.
I had a chavmobile once sit on my rear end along a single carriageway and was constantly trying to over take at any gap he thought was safe so he would be pulling out and then back in if he saw a car. I was doing the speed limit. Once he had found a space to overtake and was level with me on the wrong side of road I shifted down, foot to the floor and was away, he then had to pull in behind me again. What I did was stupid but it could have ended up at lot worse for him with the way he was driving. We actually ended up going to the same place and he came over and actually apologised for his driving!