Registration plate L861CDW
Blue Peugeot 205, manufactured in 1993, first registered on 1 August 1993. Cylinder capacity: 1124cc.
As of 23 November 2015 this vehicle had done 99,271 miles. Current estimated odometer reading: 105,000 miles.
SORN
✗ No MOT Expired: 22 November 2016

MOT history

Test dateExpiry dateResultOdometer reading
2015-11-232016-11-22 Pass99,271
2014-10-312015-10-30 Pass96,963
  • Offside Front Shock absorber has a light misting of oil (2.7.3)
  • Rear N/S wheel bearing OK at time of test
2013-09-272014-09-26 Pass90,170
  • Nearside Rear Tyre worn close to the legal limit (4.1.E.1)
  • Offside Rear Tyre worn close to the legal limit (4.1.E.1)
  • Offside Front Shock absorber has a light misting of oil (2.7.3)
2012-09-202013-09-19 Pass82,834
  • Nearside Rear Tyre worn close to the legal limit (4.1.E.1)
2011-03-152012-03-14 Pass82,771
2011-03-14- Fail82,766
2009-06-122010-06-11 Pass82,489
  • Front number plate poor some cracks
2009-06-12- Fail82,489
  • Front number plate poor some cracks
2008-05-232009-05-22 Pass81,915
  • Front no plate corners missing
2008-05-23- Fail81,915
  • Front no plate corners missing
2007-05-162008-05-16 Pass81,067
  • Rear Exhaust has a minor leak of exhaust gases (7.1.2)
  • Rear Exhaust has part of the system slightly deteriorated (7.1.1a)
2007-05-16- Fail81,067
  • Rear Exhaust has a minor leak of exhaust gases (7.1.2)
  • Rear Exhaust has part of the system slightly deteriorated (7.1.1a)
2006-05-172007-05-16 Pass80,102
2006-05-17- Fail80,102

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L861 CDW 2016-03-20 16:45:58

Check out this link:

http://bristolcars.blogspot.co.uk/2014_05_01_archive.html?m=1

Seems like "dad" is really not happy about his foot lol
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L861 CDW 2016-03-18 21:25:19

onlyme "cycling side by side which although allowed is blatantly abusing other road users".

If you bother to read the Highway Code, you will see it gives in rule 66 the situations where you should ride in single file: "never ride more than two abreast, and ride in single file on narrow or busy roads and when riding round bends". The road was not especially narrow / busy / bendy, so the normal maximum of two side by side would apply.
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L861 CDW 2016-03-20 19:25:37

@Ami
Study the English language and study English law before attempting to respond - might help you long term.

Rule 66 as you quoted - never ride more than two abreast then define narrow road? define busy road?

We all know our laws are an ass and in some cases unenforceable added in the fact of piss poor PC / softy judicial system.

Those with common sense know what's right and wrong - I'll end there so you can question your original comment.
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L861 CDW 2016-02-26 23:29:16

Crash Helmet, High Viz. Why isn't he wearing them? Why is he dressed all in black, practually a camflauge to the road surface to other road drivers.............WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH YOU, HAVE YOU NO CONSIDERATION FOR THIS KIDS SAFETY?!
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L861 CDW 2016-03-21 03:19:21

Also Paul, if cars are easier to see then by your own measure that's even MORE reason for cyclists to ride further out.. oops: just offended the prick-headed minority of drivers that don't want to share the road with others, right...??
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L861 CDW 2016-03-21 03:18:07

Paul, have you never heard of electric cars? Mark seems hell-bent on arguing the toss over something that is almost entirely irrelevant. The fact of the matter is thus: crash helmets and high-vis aren't mandatory and neither just that justify driving like an arrogant prick..
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L861 CDW 2016-03-20 16:40:25

The comment below... REALLY??? Cars are generally larger than cyclists so cars are easier to see than a small cyclist regardless of the size. Also cars tend to make more noise than a cyclist so again cars are easier to see. It seems to me sir that it is indeed YOU that is talking shit.
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L861 CDW 2016-03-19 03:50:10

So black cars are also camouflaged.. seriously, stop talking shit/trolling....
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L861 CDW 2016-02-17 19:44:32

Hmmm... I wonder if "dad" has read any of these comments - seems to have gone quiet?
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L861 CDW 2016-02-16 10:33:39

Seriously, buy the boy a bike that is the correct size for him, it may help him not wobble all over the road.
You can afford a camera but not safety equipment for your son?
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L861 CDW 2016-02-14 11:57:58

Poor excuse of a fathet
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L861 CDW 2016-02-09 17:31:42

What a complete tool (the cyclist not the driver). Put a helmet on your son you shit excuse of a parent.
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L861 CDW 2016-02-06 14:04:46

I'd let this go. The car despite doing a double overtake was in the other lane and appeared to complete the over-take safely. What immediate danger was there aside from cars to the right potentially being forced into your path by the over-taker? I used to react a lot but not any more because your safety comes first and because it risks you losing concentration. Some people are real dicks in cars, there's no doubt about that (and even bikes), but what I would suggest is unless absolutely necessary, just film them. Do not engage with them. You don't know what your'e dealing with in this country, whether they be British or one of the hordes of foreigners coming over. if you have no choice defend yourself by all means but the rest of the time let it go. If you wish to remonstrate to it peacefully least then if they do anything then it's most likely them that will get in trouble not you. Most drivers feel the same way I think, and most drivers aren't arseholes. Sometimes it's easy to forget that given the sizeable minority who are, but sill. Use a camera and a loud horn, let them be the aggressor - keep away from them.
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L861 CDW 2016-02-06 13:58:53

onlyme: "You were cycling side by side on a few occasions which although allowed is blatantly abusing other road users" How was it? Where I live the police cycle that way a lot.. are they abusing people? "Furthermore where is your son's helmet and safety clothing and lights." Where are yours? That's right: they aren't mandatory unless you want to instigate ad hominem attacks? "Yes the car overtook another car and you and your son but had you respected other road users you might not have created this." Logical fallacy. "Blame only yourself for being the worst parent and irresponsible cyclist so far this year...at least you won that." Again, a logical fallacy. This all leads me to ask: what the hell is your point? Are you actually trying to be constructive?????
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L861 CDW 2016-03-21 03:26:40

Fuck off Heinrich, don't bring your trolling here it's not welcome..
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L861 CDW 2016-03-21 03:22:55

Heinrich: "By the comment below I see that "dad" has arrived!" Please try your logical fallacies on a more appropriate domain.. such as a trolling forum? And don't attack me; I wasn't the person cycling. Instead of being so paranoid why don't you talk sense or perhaps shut up and learn something?!!!!
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L861 CDW 2016-03-20 15:14:22

By the comment below I see that "dad" has arrived! We're not angry...we're just astonished how irresponsible you are that you're blaming someone else for something that was clearly something you started in the first place!
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L861 CDW 2016-03-19 03:52:21

The trolling down-voting brigade is angry. Good!
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L861 CDW 2016-02-16 10:35:53

Can afford a camera, but not safety equipment. Looks like you'll be the culpable one if he is hurt, not the next driver he wobbles out in front of.
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L861 CDW 2016-02-09 17:44:36

Helmets may not be mandatory, but that's your child for gods sake - as a parent (sort of) you are supposed to protect them, to look after them, not let them loose on the road with no head protection. I bet you'd feel bad if something were to have happened to him. Wouldn't you?
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L861 CDW 2016-02-08 20:30:29

Don't blame yourself, it wasn't your fault.



Actually it was
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L861 CDW 2016-02-05 13:29:47

Kid was all over the place, not concentrating on the road, chatting incessantly. Not wearing a helmet (not illegal but, given his cycling ability, strongly advised.) Father appeared to be just as erratic as his child, weaving, often at the side of his squirrelling offspring. I imagine any attempt at indicating intention to turn right was masked by erratic cycling and a nightmare for any driver following. Having said all that, the overtaking was clearly very poor driving.
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L861 CDW 2016-02-05 12:59:07

You were in one lane. The car passed you in a completely different lane. No where near you. If he was trying to kill you as the title says, he is about as competent an assassin as Mr. Bean on drugs. Yes we know you couldn't wait to catch someone doing something outrageous on your shiny new helmet cam. You need to wait a bit longer.
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L861 CDW 2016-02-05 14:13:05

The first car to pass at 1:01 was much closer, he was totally within the centre road marking. The car in question was completely the other side of the marking and miles away
Impatient overtake, but how slow was the overtaken car driving?
Looked like they were holding right back as a result of the erratic cycling
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L861 CDW 2016-02-04 17:59:49

Nearly killed me and my son by doing a double overtake while we are about to turn right on our bicycles. Police chose not to prosecute for dangerous driving, taking his claim "I'd have stopped if they'd been turning" as valid.

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L861 CDW 2016-02-08 16:57:04

You must really love your kid letting him ride on a road WITHOUT A CRASH HELMET!!!!! Never mind the careless driving as he didn't hit you, a HELMET is your last line of defense. You can get another bike. You CANT get another head.
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L861 CDW 2016-02-04 23:21:55

You were cycling side by side on a few occasions which although allowed is blatantly abusing other road users
Furthermore where is your son's helmet and safety clothing and lights.
Yes the car overtook another car and you and your son but had you respected other road users you might not have created this.

Blame only yourself for being the worst parent and irresponsible cyclist so far this year...at least you won that.
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L861 CDW 2016-02-04 22:43:08

Loads of room. What was the problem?
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L861 CDW 2016-02-04 21:09:58

Think you have too much time on your hands.
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