Take three quirky but determined characters on a mission and an institutionally obdurate law system. Mix in a late-midlife crisis, some rollicking senior sex, a teacher with a magnificent collection of swear words, and a dash of blackmail. Bring to the boil with a campaigning newspaper and its unholy trinity, The Three Muskrats. And enjoy a fast and funny drama. Jack Napper is a cynical journalist with a loathing of bad manners and bad driving, and in particular of tailgating drivers. His study of the species has shown that the culprits are often a particular breed of young woman. Emily Kraft is a sexy, sassy, junior marketing manager who loves to drive fast cars and has no compunction in forcing dawdling coffin-dodgers to move over. Until her dramatic conversion on the road to Hemel Hempstead. The non-driving busker known simply as Dodge has a potent social conscience and a knack with electronics. The light show he devises to thank his patrons is just the inspiration two conscientious drivers need to get their message across.
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