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This is a link post The Arriva Bus Driver Makes This Look Easy!!!!!

(, Mon 29 Nov 2010, 7:15, Reply)
This is a normal post Dozy fucking twats
They knew, from this January, that their tyres wouldn't grip in this weather.

And what did they do? Buy winter tyres? No. Buy snow chains? No. Buy snow socks? No. Bitch about it? YES.
(, Mon 29 Nov 2010, 8:27, Reply)
This is a normal post Good number on the bus
ps: why didn't the prats in their cars take public transport
(, Mon 29 Nov 2010, 9:16, Reply)
This is a normal post United Kingdom. You are situated in the Northern Hemisphere. You will get snow, like many other countries.
This year, for once, please try to at least pretend you have seen the stuff before.
(, Mon 29 Nov 2010, 9:36, Reply)
This is a normal post Cuba is also situated in the Northern Hemisphere.
I bet it doesn't get much snow.
(, Mon 29 Nov 2010, 10:15, Reply)
This is a normal post is this in cuba?
FUCKKKKKKKK the new ice age is begun!
(, Mon 29 Nov 2010, 10:17, Reply)
This is a normal post lol
just realised this can't be Cuba, because every vehicle in that clip is less than 50 years old. Silly me.
(, Mon 29 Nov 2010, 12:05, Reply)
This is a normal post you know what i meant.

(, Mon 29 Nov 2010, 10:21, Reply)
This is a normal post Yeah, but...
The UK is also normally in the jet stream, which is why it doesn't get all that much snow considering its latitude.

More seriously, there's no snow at all in Manchester, and I'm jealous.
(, Mon 29 Nov 2010, 10:44, Reply)
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Jet stream or gulf stream?
Either way, you'd think we would follow with chain tyres or something.
Not that I'm fussed, I've got a day off out of it.
(, Mon 29 Nov 2010, 13:27, Reply)
This is a normal post Tyre chains are only good on thick ice/snow
drive them on mostly clear roads and they will destroy your tyres in just a few miles.

Last year I got home from work in my n reg diesel clio while 4x4s were going nowhere by knowing how to drive in the snow, which means try not to touch the pedals at all and if you have to touch tickle them. Cruising past idiots spinning their tyres to get up hills and people in hedges because they have spun out jamming their breaks on is just about the best feeling ever.
I was very sad when that clio died in the summer. I now have a volvo estate which I suspect will not be so well suited when the snow gets to us on the south coast.
(, Mon 29 Nov 2010, 13:55, Reply)
This is a normal post i have a mid engined rear wheel drive car...
im going to be dead by christmas.
(, Mon 29 Nov 2010, 14:26, Reply)
This is a normal post It's all about the physics ( I think...)
Something about weight, mass and velocity.....
(, Mon 29 Nov 2010, 9:45, Reply)
This is a normal post I think the weight of the bus
just allows it to cut through the snow and get traction on the road beneath. Once it's impacted hard enough, the bus will have the same problems as the cars (if not worse, because of the greater inertia).
(, Mon 29 Nov 2010, 10:32, Reply)
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rear wheel drive is full of win
(, Mon 29 Nov 2010, 11:02, Reply)
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Its also about having a clue what you are doing. Too many feckless morons on the roads seem to think the best way to deal with loosing traction in snow is to floor the accelerator.
(, Mon 29 Nov 2010, 11:02, Reply)
This is a normal post Yup
It's the mass that produces the traction. Here in snowy Finland buses run on summer tyres all year round.
(, Tue 30 Nov 2010, 9:54, Reply)
This is a normal post Saltburn!
There's a place that sells HUGE parmos at the top of that hill :)
(, Tue 30 Nov 2010, 10:48, Reply)
This is a normal post Hehe...
... Good spot, I never noticed that!
(, Tue 30 Nov 2010, 18:37, Reply)