Why do White van drivers/Post van drivers and lorries drive right up close to other cars?

I mean when im driving about and i see a white van in the mirrow really far away, within a few seconds he is right behind me, and this happens with lorries too, they are accidents waiting to happen. i have message to them, stop driving so dangerously!

Asked By: watford comedy - 10/30/2007
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
The white van guys are put under pressure from there bosses. They are told not to speed but the runs they are given is near impossible to complete without speeding. You can put some of the blame there on the componies. Plus its not there van. They probably hate there job and the company they work for.
Answered By: Gordon C - 10/30/2007
Additional Answers (10)
its probleys just because , they are male and they think they own the roads
Answered By: misskitten - 10/30/2007
well IDK but my mom has a white van from her ex boyfriend and she doesn't drive like tat...but yeah
Answered By: Mz.Andruw Rudolf Jones - 10/30/2007
there not driving dangerously lorries have no bonet do they the enginge is under the seat so they can get close than a car which just looks closer
Answered By: moosey - 10/30/2007
Simple. They are bad drivers.
Answered By: Magic Bus Driver - 10/30/2007
Those guys are always in a hurry. A real pain.
Answered By: minimetro - 10/30/2007
they are a pain but their bosses always seem to give them to much work to do in one day!
Answered By: paul c - 10/30/2007
because they are really impatient and to get all their deliveries done faster, it is annoying and dangerous though.
Answered By: SUE G online - 10/30/2007
for about 9 years I have worked self employed for about 7 of those years I have used a vehicle in connection with my work since July of 2006 I have used a white van specifically an Astra Envoy I HAVE NEVER BEFORE RECEIVED SO MUCH ABUSE ON THE ROAD as when i started driving a van even though I have not changed my... More
Answered By: Steven C - 10/30/2007
Answered By: UCANTCME - 10/30/2007
I have been a class one driver for over 30yrs in the UK / EU, Saudi and Canada and I must say that the biggest problem I find all over is that non professional drivers pass their test and think that they are drivers !. They then forget everything that they should remember and follow everyone else. We have all seen them... More
Answered By: foggyd42 - 10/30/2007
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