On my way to work yesterday afternoon I turned out of my street onto a side street which leads to a main road. This side street is on a steep hill. Anyway as I turned the corner a car was pulling away from the kerb very slowly. No blinkers, nothing. As I sat behind him in my own car I couldn't see anyone in the driver’s seat. To be honest I just it was just another tool behind the wheel so I overtook the car slowly and when I looked over there was no-one driving! "WTF" By this time the car was slowly gaining speed and heading directly to the main road intersection. I only had a couple of seconds to decide what to do, so I drove directly in front of it and put the brakes on. I managed to stop it ok and as it was only doing 5-10klms there was only light damage to my bumber bar. I went to the house the car was sitting at and asked if the owner was there. A young woman came out and I explained to her what happened. All she kept saying was that she was positive she left the handbrake on. No real concern about what might have happened. Since then all I keep thinking about was "what if" I didn't stop it? I couldn't live with myself if I let it go and some poor bugger got wiped out by this F***wits car! Anyway the point of this post is not whether I did or didn't do the right thing, what’s done is done. The point is be careful out there as you just don't know what’s around the next corner. To be honest it scares the f**k out of me thinking about it! Keep your eyes open, Tosh.