Letter: Your view - Middle moans.Byline: Ron Gay
WITH reference to recent letters, I'll put my hands up to sometimes being amotorway middle lane driver. If I didn't, I'd be in and out of the nearside nearside
1. Chiefly Brit the side of a vehicle that is nearer the kerb
2. the left side of an animal
Noun 1. lane like a constant game of leap frog.
If for any reason vehicles can't overtake me by using the offside off·side also off·sides
adv. & adj.
1. Sports Illegally ahead of the ball or puck in the attacking zone.
2. lane, then I'll happily pull over then come back out again when they have passed.
But I don't think I will take lectures on driving from reader Frustrated Lorry Driver lorry driver n → camionero/a
lorry driver lorry n (Brit) → camionneur m, routier m
lorry driver .
Would he be one of the lorry drivers that takes 15 minutes to overtake the lorry in front, blocking the middle lane in the process, only to sit directly in front of that same lorry for the next 20 miles?
Ron Gay, Dunoon, Argyll Argyll or Argyllshire, former county, W central Scotland. Under the Local Government Act of 1973, Argyll was divided between the new Highland and Strathclyde regions in 1975, with most of the county becoming part of Strathclyde.