Sunday 21 December 2008

A lawless A.A. motorcyclist

The A.A. rarely loses an opportunity to slag off cyclists or to suggest that drivers are at the mercy of bad signing.

The A.A. said the behaviour of some cyclists effectively meant there were "two tribes" at war on the roads.

Clear, concise, relevant road signs help reduce congestion, CO2, frustration and accidents says AA president Edmund King.

Why not send the A.A. an email and ask what it is their employee found so hard to understand about the markings at this junction on Charing Cross Road, by Trafalgar Square, this afternoon at 3.55 p.m.

According to the A.A. website, if you have

a comment or question relating directly to campaigns and motoring policy then please email the Public Affairs team at


The Automobile Association is an organisation initially intended to help motorists avoid police speed traps. (something it still does).