RD03 FTP 2017-05-06 14:10:13

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BP15 KBO 2017-05-13 23:07:01

This is a fat bitch! If he got off his gay little bike to threaten you you'd get out and smack him til he grew a dick and lost the vagina he grew from riding a pussy motorbike
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DF65 UAV 2017-05-06 22:47:22

The guys a knob! Drives like he's back on the streets of India. A complete c@nt and everyone in swindon knows it. Now everyone in England knows it! One thing worse than a c@nt is a c@nt with money.. no taste!
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LV52 HXA 2017-05-06 22:40:39

The problem I see with close-passing cyclists is that the act in itself is not illegal - if it were then the the all-important "MUST NOT" wording would come into play. What we have is a system that is wide open to interpretation, abuse, and confusion.

So how do people get prosecuted for close passing? As far as I can establish they don't; they get prosecuted for careless, reckless or dangerous driving and even then, the vast majority of cases have to be witnessed by a serving police officer.

This leads me to my next point. As there is no real, workable safeguard against close passes, then is this not even more reason to ride primary? Not just at specific locations like pinch points. See, if someone is going to pass you very closely, then in my opinion you are better off limiting their ability to do so - I say "limit", as you can never guarantee they won't.

A petition to legally enforce minimum passing distance last year quickly exceeded 100,000 signatures. But, just how do you enforce it? Perhaps it could be used as a good job-creation incentive, such as staff analysing 3rd-party head cam footage and a significant portion of the proceeds going towards education? I don't know. I'm just fielding ideas. But with no actual "law" stopping someone from driving several ton's of metal near your person, you can see why our roads are so damn dangerous especially taking into account the high population.

This is how I see it. What do you think? If someone thinks I'm wrong please say, I don't mind debate, I want to exchange opinions and maybe learn something new. Trolls I'll just ignore you.

Thanks.
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CP11 FZS 2017-05-13 22:34:50

Stupid woman in a black Fiat ran a redlight and almost hit my daughter in her pushchair, she knew what she'd done because she stopped and then drove off without apologising.
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HV56 ZXE 2017-05-05 10:24:13

Terrible driving

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P14 TDL 2017-05-13 22:20:10

Absolute CUNT of a driver. Danger on the roads. Sorry for the language!
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KA07 UTK 2017-05-06 22:09:31

Well up for a bit of dogging
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LV61 KNC 2017-05-06 21:48:54

6th May, 2017.

'A white van driver filmed forcing a cyclist off the road by swerving at him has caused a storm on social media, with one renowned QC offering free legal advice to sue.'

Source: http://road.cc/content/news/222195-video-van-driver-forces-cyclist-road-qc-offers-help-sue

Quote Response from company via Facebook:

"I am writing this letter to express my sincere apologies to the cyclist that was very unfortunate to experience a very irresponsible and dangerous move by an engineer driving one of Vidette's vehicles on Sunday 30th April.

My wife and I are both very keen cyclist ourselves so fully appreciate the impact/trauma that a near miss like this would have on anyone in this situation.
I have now interviewed the driver and can honestly say the he is so full of remorse and fully understands how lucky he and the cyclist have been on this occasion and swears to never let himself get into a position like this again He stated that he was having personal problems with his family and his mind “was all over the place” and that he is so sorry. I do believe him and could tell his apology was genuine, however we cannot condone nor let this behaviour have any place within our company, we have decided to make an example here and to promote driver awareness going forward. He has been dismissed from immediate effect!
This experience has made me realise that I can do something to help reduce this sort of behaviour on our roads so have decided to introduce a driver awareness course into our already busy H&S training matrix for all our employees. The AA seem to have a nice one called Driver Alertness Education, I have actioned this to be investigated & organised immediately.
Adding to the above, I have had full backing & agreement in these decisions from all of our management team.
I hope this letter will also be of comfort to the other road users & cyclists who have written their concerns.

NB - I was on holiday until early this morning which made an immediate answer nigh on impossible. I understand that the vast majority of mails and social media comments are from concerned genuine people however, we received some really hurtful mails wishing all sorts of medical curses on our office staff which swayed me into taking down the access from our web site & social media pages.

Sincere apologies,

Ian Frazer
Managing Director
Vidette Uk"
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FN52 FTE 2017-05-13 21:44:57

Great driver , thumbs up
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