Not a customer of this company but wanted to inform the public of their concerns, or lack thereof, over the public's safety in addition to their recklessness and ignorance regarding the laws of the road. First, I'm a student and commute on a bicycle to class. As a large part of Savannah's city center is built on one-way roads, I was forced to take just 1 block of an admittedly known busier street to get to class (Anderson), but merged onto Anderson at my green light, meaning the traffic soon to be near me was still at a red light. Despite my 30 second travel on Anderson, a man driving a Webbers Transportation van (Early model white minivan with green bubble text which clearly said Webbers, Chrysler Town & Country?) sped up behind, laid on his horn and continued to get closer to my back tire. I waved for him to go around as other lanes were plainly unoccupied, but he insisted on staying behind me with his horn blaring to make it known that I wasn't simply in his way but that he didn't want me on the road at all. I was already near the curb allowing safe passage for anyone who actually wanted to do so, when he proceeded to speed up next to me in the same lane and got within inches, nearly running me off the road. Once he matched my speed, he yelled profanities at me for the remainder of the 1 block, as if I had any time at all before his tantrum to have done something to him. Now, I don't know the number of vehicles they operate, but with the amount of small transportation businesses in the area I imagine it's possible this particular driver was the owner himself, though obviously cannot confirm. I urge the company to review with their employees and educate them (or themselves?) on 1)The legality of bicycles on the road 2)The minimum berth space required between their 2-ton vehicle and those on bikes. In addition, I urge them to reconsider their life-endangering tantrums, especially behind the wheel of a car with all their company's information emblazoned on it.