Phone use whilst driving is on the up, and we have no effective way of addressing the fact that people see it as perfectly acceptable – at least until they happen to kill someone. Time to clamp down?
Sentencing discrepancies look outrageous, plain and simple, but verdict discrepancies look a bit fishy.
I used to be against presumed liability. I’m now in favour. Here’s why.
In which I ask that you write to your MP about road legislation.
I’m no lawyer, but from a road user’s perspective I think there are certain important legislative changes which can make a difference to safety.
Enough is enough. The law is incapable of protecting people on the road. We need to start asking questions of it.
Sentencing guidelines for motoring offences are too lenient; but if we address that issue then let’s not just grab headlines, let’s actually improve road safety.
More on why segregation puts cyclists at risk, even in relatively freely-flowing traffic.
The good news is that cyclists’ safety has become a multi-day front page campaign for a major national newspaper. The bad news is that what they’re pushing for is arguably harmful for cyclists’ safety.
Oh look. People are publishing propaganda to try and justify drivers being able to just plough on and ignore everone else on the roads.
A cyclist is struck and fatally injured by not one, not two, but three cars on an open road. What can we learn from this?
As another fashionable anti-cycling diatribe rolls in, is it time to do something?
Courtesy of Moving Target this morning comes news from the CTC that the latest round of Highway Code changes have not been worded so as to effectively force cyclists off the roads onto cycle lanes and paths where they exist – to which, a big YAY!
For anyone who doubts the sense of staying on the…