EXAMINER journalist Andrew Hirst went on the practical driving session and was shocked to see the attitude of drivers to those who keep to the speed limits.
With him was 36-year-old Holmfirth driving instructor Andrew Sykes.
Here's what they found:
Coming down Meltham Road from Netherton towards Armitage Bridge at 30mph, a van raced up behind us and flashed his headlights in sheer frustration.
He hung back for a few moments when he realised we wouldn't speed up and then overtook at a dangerous spot.
When we reached Lockwood traffic lights he was two vehicles in front.
"All that risk-taking and danger was for nothing," said Mr Sykes.
"If you're late going somewhere, accept that. It's hardly worth speeding to get there on time.
"You may never get there or kill someone on the way.
"The idea of today has been to show that it is possible to drive at a more appropriate speed."