thirdcrank wrote:If it somehow makes you feel better, I'm happy to say that it's an excellent thing,
Yes, it does make me feel better. Thankyou x
mjr wrote: ... By the way, it would also probably mean that many cyclists would need to take more care around walkers (and/or use cameras) because they'd be presumed at fault in any collision.
brynpoeth wrote:It doesn't work, makes little difference what is written in books of law
Otherwise there would be far fewer 'accidents' in countries where presumed liability applies
Nor can I see it being top of the legislative agenda for the next few months.
Nonetheless, interesting to note that the National Standard for Cycle Training has been overhauled so it now "harmonises" with the National Standards for Driving.
Consciously or not, the DfT have created a handy set of reference standards for civil cases.
https://www.gov.uk/government/collectio ... -standards