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06 January 2007 @ 12:09 pm
about last night  
Apologies for the bad language in my last post, I was a little shaken up and my internal LJ swearing filter was switched off. Sorry if I caused anyone any offence.

I'm fine, my car is fine, I think I can get away without having to take it to a garage for repairs (again thanks my dad for encouraging me to know how to fix things on my own) and I'm going to have an unofficial chat to a policeman friend of mine today to see if it's worth actually making an official report given that there were no injuries and damage is so negligable.

This post is really just to say I'm okay, sorry for swearing, and thank you all for your support. I'm feeling better about my driving instincts now, I think I did make the right choices - if you can call them choices when it all seemed to be automatic at the time - and although I'm a teeny bit nervy about getting back behind the wheel, I will.

And fresleyforever, you know I'm here for you honey, any time you need me.
Current Mood: relievedrelieved
omegaromegar on January 6th, 2007 12:36 pm (UTC)
To be honest i think you should report it.

The guy basically could have caused a nasty accident at high velocity on a motorway. It wouldn't have taken much for that to be a really nasty Pile-up.

The other driver needs to be told that when you start coming off of a road you keep going. Sure no one was hurt this time, who knows what will happen next time?
frogfarm on January 6th, 2007 02:46 pm (UTC)
"Now, this would be the perfect time for a swear word..."

I think we're all just glad you're okay :)
thedothatgirl: blackthedothatgirl on January 6th, 2007 04:20 pm (UTC)
Thank goodness you are ok, it's possible that idiot uses the road frequently? If so perhaps get the full reg and report the s.o.b. And if you have a mate who is a policeman then I would definitely mention it.

velvetwhipvelvetwhip on January 6th, 2007 09:12 pm (UTC)
I am just glad you are okay.