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Back on the road, the truck catches up to- and passes- David’s Plymouth Valiant- then slows and blocks him from passing .After a few attempts, it seems the unseen driver is motioning for David to pass him-but it’s a trick!Default rates on credit cards are expected to get even worse over the summer.According to the Bank of England's latest Credit Conditions Survey, 24.4 per cent more lenders reported default rates on credit cards rising rather than falling over the last three months.Buckle up and join us tonight for a road trip that’ll put plenty of mileage on your nervous system! For the animated series based on this film, see Clerks: The Animated Series.This is the first time lenders have signalled a crackdown on these deals since the Bank of England started asking about them at the start of 2015.
Get set for nail-biting road rage tonight-as a long-suffering salesman finds himself the target of a terrifying tanker truck that stalks him- and seems intent on making him a highway fatality in Steven Spielberg’s legendary early full-length directing effort- “Duel”!
These are the worst figures since the height of the credit crisis at the end of 2008.
Almost £200billion in consumer credit is owed in total – an average of around £7,700 per household – and this figure does not even include mortgages.
The deadly game of the two vehicles managing to pass each other escalates into a high speed chase, with the truck tailgating David and hitting his bumper.
David eventually sees a diner coming up, and swerves off the road, making his car a little more worse for wear- but hopefully escaping the mystery motorist out to get him!
This is the highest figure since the start of 2009, shortly after the taxpayer bailouts of RBS and Lloyds.