The only way I disagree with OP's subject, is the car driver did not get what he deserved whatsoever.
To me that video and the comments stink. By not prosecuting that car driver, the law is condoning such driving. So the HGV driver lost his job, I am not condoning what the HGV driver did, he should get what is coming to him, but for the truth, and the whole truth. So should the car driver. A few grand insurance claim reward is what the driver gets for doing what he did.. The evidence on the drivers own video shows the HGV in the nearside lane was also travelling faster than the car in lane 2. "My life literally rushed before my eyes"
"I can honestly say I have never felt fear like it".
"I honestly thought I was going to die.
As for the 999 operator talking to someone on the phone whose life was rushing before his eyes, actually said he was shaken up/shaking and driving on the motorway while making the phone call, (six phone calls made hands free... like that is possible) the comment by the operator was "superb" WHAT!!!. Superb... really....
I would like to see the whole uncut video, instead of the edited version given to news stations.
As for the police after seeing that video, saying they should have alerted other forces, instead of arresting the car driver is beyond my understanding
I have to praise the system for all the cars that are going to be sitting in lane 2 at 40mph waiting for their injury claim if anyone goes near them. As if it is not bad enough already,
Spot the difference time, no prizes though.(ignore the HGV encroaching to get him to move out the way) With my motorcyclist for 40 years eyes like a hawk, I spotted it on the video straight away,
Still from video at 7 seconds
Still from video at 12 seconds
Did not swear once Mick.