This incident is just a part of a worrying trend I have watched for a few years now, that is young women in small cars. They seem to be some of the most impatient, aggressive and (most worrying) distracted drivers I have to share the roads with.
Most of the people tailgating me now are women.
Yesterday, as I was driving home from work and came up a slight hill, a car came over the hill doing well above the 30mph limit, on my side of the road! There were no parked cars about, the girl driving the car had just drifted across as she was too busy having an animated conversation on the phone she was holding (on hands free) in her right hand. She only noticed me when she was about 15 yards away, and seem totally unconcerned as she missed my wing mirror by millimetres.
Had a similar incident recently but it was on a rolling country road, and a woman in a Subaru Tribeca (why are these idiots always in SUV crossovers?) . She came over the crest of a hill passing a cyclist at about 50 mph half in my lane instead of slowing behind the cyclist till she could see over the crest. Luckily I saw the cyclist on the crest of the hill as I was approaching in the opposite direction and the inner voice chimed in that it was a bad situation if someone was driving in tho other direction, so I was already drifting over towards the edge of the road. Ended up fully on the shoulder to avoid her hitting me head on.