Saturday, 22 November 2008

The wit and wisdom of a 'Times' journalist

Like all drivers, I have no problem whatsoever with cyclists as long as they stay in their place – the pavement.

This journalist believes that drivers respect traffic law whereas cyclists don’t. TfL did some research at London junctions and found that

On average just under 18% of cyclists ran red lights, whereas over a third of motorists encroached into cyclists’ “Advance Stop Lines”

But as everybody knows, cyclists kill 3,000 people a year on Britain’s streets, whereas year after year drivers are only responsible for a single death!