Priority rules when turning into a side road
I'm starting to doubt that I understand the highway code correctly. Suppose you have a car on a major road, indicating to turn left into a side road. Another car is approaching from the opposite direction and is indicating to turn right, across the traffic, into that same side road. http://a.imageshack.us/img... 19 Jul 2010 05:56
Seven people injured by one car!
On Jul 14, 5:53 am, Doug <jag...(a)riseup.net> wrote: This clearly illustrates how much more dangerous cars are when compared to bicycles and yet they still keep banging on about cyclists on pavements and going through red lights. "Police have found the car which was involved in a hit and run incident a... 14 Jul 2010 02:19
Is it just me?
I find that often I am following a car, which suddenly rams on it's brakes and indicates to turn left immediately when they get to the turning! I was always taught to indicate early at least 50 - 100 yards before the turnoff, but few, if any drivers these days do that, they all seem to wait until they are ju... 14 Jul 2010 08:48
Lunatic incompetant drivers
Friday afternoon, I towed home through the mid Wales over the mountains, past Devils Bridge. It was a very pleasant day and there was little traffic about. With patience and reasonable competence, there are plenty of long straight stretches to overtake if necessary. For 15 miles I was tail-gated by a P reg 16v... 16 Jul 2010 18:50
Councillor paints his own set of yellow lines outside his �500,000 home
mileburner wrote: || She is the driver. It is || her car. And he was the means of getting her very own parking space. Except that it isn't her very own parking space, anyone with a blue badge can park in it - and hopefully they will. -- Rob ... 10 Jul 2010 13:52
Councillor paints his own set of yellow lines outside his £500,000 home
On 10 July, 12:14, %ste...(a)malloc.co.uk (Steve Firth) wrote: Nick Finnigan <n...(a)genie.co.uk> wrote: So you'll understand his fantabulosa polari on that site then. I thought it was just business buzzword burlesque. Am I missing something? I think you're missing the point that "Squashme" i... 10 Jul 2010 13:52
Councillor paints his own set of yellow lines outside his£500,000 home
Nick Finnigan <nix(a)genie.co.uk> wrote: So you'll understand his fantabulosa polari on that site then. I thought it was just business buzzword burlesque. Am I missing something? I think you're missing the point that "Squashme" is a humorless obsessive. ... 10 Jul 2010 12:46
Application for V5C to DVLA. Problems. Any advice please
"The Peeler" <peelingthe(a)invalid.admin> wrote in message news:p6ic36d0ilgc4jhp28fjosi9akv1g11g22(a)4ax.com... On Thu, 8 Jul 2010 20:31:10 +0100, "Nick" <nick.swanston(a)NOSPAMgmail.com> wrote: <snip> Try phoning them instead of emailing. A good time is Friday afternoon...you might just catch someone ... 9 Jul 2010 15:03
As people who are interested in usenet - and interested in cycling driving or transport, you may be interested to know that there is a formal discussion running in uk.net.news.config see message <rfd2-uk.rec.cycling.moderated-20100708133437$2fcb(a)matrix.darkstorm.co.uk> (note discussion should take pla... 10 Jul 2010 18:16
New Govt Still wasting money..
on driving related iphone apps. Great. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/10514367.stm Miaow! ... 8 Jul 2010 03:46