I never said it was your fault.I understand what you are saying, I always give way if I see they are coming in however last evening it wasn’t a case of him just joining my lane, he intended to join M25 where he completely turned his car you can see accident happened on his driver side door because he intended to turn from middle lane to get into M25. He said he wanted to go on M4 when he knew middle lane does go towards M4 anyway that’s where he was aggressive but once I mentioned I have a dash camera, he stood silent
We were not side by side, he was 50 meters roughly ahead of me and last moment he realised he was supposed to take M25 where he turned his car aiming at M25 but it was too late for him
He was not just getting to into my lane, he was trying to pass my lane and end up on M25 which obviously does not make any sense last minute. Plus his passenger did not even came out he was there another Uber came picked him up and left as in my case my passengers and other drivers stood by and waited for police to arrive unfortunately they never came.
This driver was saying he wanted to stay on M4 just trying to change lane but my witness told him you are lying because we saw what you were doing, you were doing.
One thing to mention, he stopped on my lane to get into M25 that’s where it is worst he wasn’t moving when he joined my lane and I was so close by then even tho I braked so hard from 65mph I came to roughly 25mph when accident occurred.
That’s exactly what I think and he wasn’t just crossing my way his stopped and blocked me since he wanted to get onto M25
It's what we see happening 10x a day, people working on a driving job when they shouldn't even be allowed to be driving.
One of the first things my driving instructor said to me was, "you will make mistakes, miss your turn, the best way to stay safe is to keep your speed and take the next exit". - this guy, if things happened as you described, had no clue where to go, changed lanes and slowed down to think about it.