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This morning, I was waiting to pull out onto the Woore Road from Mount Pleasant. My wife was also pulling put but in front of me. This is in the 30 mph limited area.

My wife pulled out heading for the village and a silver Mercedes 4WD with a private plate came hurtling along at well over the speed limit for sure and then tailgated my wife all the way to the village.

Behind this mindless idiot was a silver Mercedes drop head also with a private plate who was also driving like an idiot and he then tailgated me so close that I could only see his roof!

We turned off in the Square towards Nantwich and these two headed towards Whitchurch -- accelerating like you might expect.

The 4WD was outside the Lord Combermere last night in the disabled bay -- probably mindless parking too.

The Village will not put up with this type of behaviour and the drivers of these two vehicles should be warned.

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