I WOULD like to support the experiences of the chivalrous Bill Heap, who toddles around Wirral in his majestic Rover 75.

His experiences with our fellow road users showing such comradeship with their victory signs and the single finger salutes.

I assume indicate that they want to come close so they can share a kiss.

But I am a rather shy type, even when my fellow Wirralites exit their vehicle and approach me.

Obviously their aim is to provide a gushing tribute on my driving skills, or even to give me some sort of material reward.

I drive off without a word.

God bless you Bill for highlighting the good nature displayed by our fellow road users.

They have such patience, fortitude and empathy when they encounter a less rapid device travelling on Wirral's tarmac

Phil Griffiths, Claughton