Thanks Jakeroo, my name came from a quote, probably by Ramana Maharshi but standard Vedic teaching, when the outer guru teaches he is only pointing you to the inner true teacher, which is the satguru. It basically means whatever you can learn from outside you have the final answers yourself.
As for the driving, having seen someone take the complete length of a few motorways from the car I was taken to Oxford by my father a few weeks ago, and tried a few out of the window to see, checked them on the camera and they seemed OK, and were when enlarged. We went again near there on Monday and as I get a red square on the map for every km (it's metric although we're not here) I opened the window and took one as often as I could, and got myself many more than usual as if I drive myself I stop every mile or so which slows me down and takes a lot longer.
This is a typical shot of west London, the Uxbridge Road in Southall. Middlesex was developed after London as the docks meant the east was occupied first and the west really only grew up around a few small towns in the 30s when the trains brought huge industrial estates with surrounding housing estates for the workers to the whole west side, which was also more expensive to live in as the smell from the river was usually blown east so the gentry stayed to the west. That isn't the case now as the river's been cleaned up but the line between the poorer east and west remains to this day.