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While still in high school, Pickett and Prueher began collecting videos from garage sales, training videos from odd jobs, and copies of tapes from a video production house.

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To one driver, Mr Milton pointed at his camera to let them know he was recording them.

The Data Analyst Manager told the Mail Online: 'Every day I see drivers distracted and not fully aware of what is going on around them and it’s mainly due to mobile phone usage, on the few occasions when I have alerted drivers. they know it’s wrong but still do it and try to hide their phones or become verbally abusive.'A few days ago I decided to take some time to collate my most recent footage, during two commutes home I witnessed 8 drivers using their phones.

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A biker frustrated with those who use their mobile phones while driving has started to film his daily commute to work to record his near misses.

Mr Milton, who didn't give his first name, uses the M25 and M4 everyday to get to work in Slough and says on an average day he sees up to 15 drivers on their phones mostly in the evening, during rush hour.

As a result, he decided to compile video footage of his commute from New Haw near Weybridge with a Go Pro camera strapped to his helmet to catch careless drivers getting dangerously close to him as he rides.

On his Thursday morning commute Mr Milton, 46, encountered a heavy queue of traffic and drove past a handful of drivers staring at their devices while edging forward.

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