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By RoseRodent - / Friday 3 June 2016 17:58 / United Kingdom - London
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  oj101  |  33

Having lived in London - driving is next to useless most of the time anyways. Although in perfect conditions (no traffic/accidents) driving a car can be about 20% quicker - over time, you'll learn to prefer the consistency of public transport instead of driving which has too many variables that can affect the time it takes to get there.

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  Mauskau  |  34

OP was driving through London, which is always a bad idea. Getting through London is a pain in the ass on foot, and with public transport. Going via car is like being in a permanent gridlocked rush hour.

By  Rodgerdodger17  |  15

Lesson, always arrive early

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  Tripartita  |  43

She did. She arrived so early, she was able to drop her daughter off before the event started. Then she got caught in… parking traffic. Lesson learned: act perfectly all the time and anticipate random occurrences, right?

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  Rodgerdodger17  |  15

My question is, why come and then go. He/she was already there. Also, always expect the unexpected

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  Tripartita  |  43

By getting stuck in a massive parking lot with cars behind and in front of you all trying to find parking while others are trying to leave through the only available exits, getting stuck waiting to merge with more traffic on the main road. I find it odd you can't imagine a congested parking lot that takes a while to navigate.

By  lexiieeex3  |  32

You couldn't have possible known, I'm sure she'll understand and appreciate the effort. Was someone able to tape any of it for you so you didn't completely miss it?

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