Many of you may have seen the recent viral video in which a cyclist and a driver, a man called Ronnie Pickering, have a heated verbal argument on the roads of the UK. Although the original video has now been removed, its embedded on this Daily Mail article if you haven't seen it before. :- http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...es-angry-know-road-rage-rant-moped-rider.html Although the driver, Mr Pickering, was clearly extremely angry, threatening and potentially violent, do you think that the cyclist was entirely in the right, I felt that he could have dealt with the situation a little better, and perhaps even just have ignored Mr Pickering from the start, after all, there are idiot drivers everywhere. The cyclist does have a youtube channel thats filled with other complaints about drivers, some of which seem a bit petty if I'm being totally honest. Although Mr Pickerings behaviour is clearly unacceptable and a total over-reaction to the cyclist, do you think that he had any genuine reason to complain about the cyclists road-use at all ?