A Tale of Two Drivers – Talking With Your Hands When Confronting Red-Light Runners

Here’s your baseline, with the old-left-elbow-on-the-door approach from a BMW 2002 (totally max, with proper “target-style” tail lamps) driver. This is nominal, but dude already notices something:

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Alpaca Out of Freaking Nowhere! A dumb cluck exits the freeway at Bryant and 9th in her black 4Runner blowing the red by two or three seconds, looks like. The Beemer driver responds with an whats-a-matter-you? hand gesture. (This shot is the climax of the post. Feel free to move on to other parts of the WWW if you’re losing interest.)

To no avail. The DC in the Toyota (CA 6GZU456) doesn’t notice as she neatly merges into the left hand lane at the same speed as traffic oblivious to the cold stares directed her way.

All the BMW driver can do is lower his hand, back to normal.

But he’s locked and loaded for the next visitor from San Mateo…

And DC, this is your wake-up call. You’re making the drivers of old Volvos and new Priuseses look good…

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