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Mass. State Police “To Do List”

Mass. school bus registration 20833. Town of Norton school bus. Seen trying to pull out onto Rt. 123W in South Easton without stopping at about 2:00 P.M. on 5/28. It succeeded in pulling onto Rt 123 behind me and then road my bumper until we reached Five Corners where cross traffic finally forced it to stop. Why an idiot is like this is behind the wheel of a school bus, transporting school kids, is an absolute mystery to me. TOWN OF NORTON, WHAT ARE YOU DOING?  (May 28, 2013 | post #8)

Massachusetts

Mass. State Police “To Do List”

Road Rage - What We Know. The road rage vehicle will never have more than the driver on board. That vehicle will always be a light truck (a pick-up or an SUV). The road rage driver will have multiple pages of infractions on the RMV database (their ALARS system). Sadly, the bulk of those infractions aren't recent because the state police aren't paying one bit of attention to road wage. Your loved ones are sharing the roads with these idiots - DO SOMETHING!  (May 8, 2013 | post #7)

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Mass. State Police “To Do List”

Mass. registration 3844yp. Older brown Jeep Cherokee. Single male occupant/driver. Seen on 95S in Canton at 3:50 P.M. on 5/6. Flat out from one rear bumper to the next. Laughably, the latest AAA magazine claims that the state police are bearing down on this behavior. The only bearing down that I've witnessed has been paid details.  (May 8, 2013 | post #6)

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Mass. State Police “To Do List”

Mass. registration 197IDF (a green plate). White Toyota Rav4 southbound on Independence near the VFW Pwy. Exiting to VFW Pwy westbound. 50-YO woman operator/driver incensed that anyone else would share "her" road during the rush hour. Nearly kissing the back of my car and then then trying to pass us on the inside of a right hand turn. She later exited off of the VFW Pwy into West Roxbury - a West Roxbury Belle. Pray that she doesn't share the road with a loved one.  (May 3, 2013 | post #5)

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Mass. registration 3366XW. Newish white Pontiac G6. Single male occupant/driver. 3:30 P.M. on 5/3 outbound on the Jamaica Way in JP. Noticed this idiot as he crossed three lanes on Brookline Ave. to turn onto the Jamaica Way. From there was flat out until that lane wouldn't allow anymore progress then into the other where he repeated these antics until I lost him in the distance. Why do the police allow this stuff to continue?  (May 3, 2013 | post #4)

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Mass. State Police “To Do List”

Mass. registration 2589MZ. Full size black Toyota PU. Single occupant of near midget proportions (gender not clear). 6:00 A.M. on Wednesday, May 1st. near Cunningham Park on Pleasant Street. This moron was incensed that the vehicle in front of him/her was only traveling at 5 mph over and finally passed that vehicle on the right through a marked parking area. As soon as they'd passed the vehicle in front, took a hard left in front of that vehicle. Bad case of road rage that left me sorry that retaliatory violence is so frowned upon.  (May 1, 2013 | post #3)

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Mass. State Police “To Do List”

Mass. bus registration 21857. A Carey Transportation bus seen merging into traffic at the Expressway's northbound exit at 6:10 A.M. on Wednesday. May 1st. This clown wheeled his bus into 93N traffic where no traffic break existed, changed to the center lane and then pulled to within a half car length to the bumper of the car in front of him and stayed there. The consummate driving professional!  (May 1, 2013 | post #2)

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Mass. State Police “To Do List”

Mass. registration 328BE8. Single male occupant of full size, light blue SUV. Seen weaving through slower traffic at 85 mph at the Zakim Bridge on 93S. Seen at 12:25 P.M. on Wednesday, May 1st. Pray that this moron is arrested before he kills someone that you know.  (May 1, 2013 | post #1)

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Mass. registration 48WL59. Seen at 4:10 PM on 4/1 at Rt. 1 in Westwood exiting to the ramp to 128S. A white full size GMC pickup. Seen darting in and out of Rt. 1 southbound traffic at speeds approaching twice the posted speed limit. Single occupant, a male but was able to get nothing more before he disappeared on the ramp.  (Apr 3, 2013 | post #7)

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Mass. registration 921LF7. Seen at 4:30 PM on 128S at Rt. 9 on 03/18/13. A newish blue Ford Escape SUV being driven by a 20-something male. In heavy but moving traffic, this clown drifted into my lane as he passed me in the left lane. He couldn't take his eyes off his lap - staring at either his smart phone or his Johnson - and not the road. After nearly side swiping me, he nearly ran down the vehicle ahead of him as traffic slowed. They're out there and shouldn't be - they endanger you and your loved ones too.  (Mar 20, 2013 | post #6)

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Mass. State Police “To Do List”

The Moron-of-the-Month for March is commercial plate P27491, a newish, dark GMC Sierra pickup driven by a bozo in his late 40s or early 50s. Seen at 5:15 PM entering the Tobin Bridge traffic southbound via the Everett Ave (Chelsea) ramp. Diving into Tobin traffic, this clown thought that he could knife his way between a full size van in the right lane and a VW in the center lane. Evasive action on the parts of those two drivers was the only reason there wasn't a multi-vehicle pileup on the bridge this afternoon. Helping you to recognize this mouth-breather will be the yellow pine tree air freshener hanging from his mirror. Pray that your loved aren't sharing the road with this clown.  (Mar 14, 2013 | post #5)

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Mass. State Police “To Do List”

As a daily commuter from the RI border to Boston’s North Shore, I see my share of aggressive, ignorant and dangerous drivers. I’m going to post their plate numbers, a vehicle description and a brief explanation of the behavior seen of the worst of these. I’m doing this in the hope that the Massachusetts State Police will step forward and take a look.  (Jan 21, 2013 | post #1)