Cowsham wrote:Vorpal wrote:Cowsham wrote:
Drivers are probably acutely aware of a military presence in said town so behave themselves better. Cycling in camouflage here would put you in a different kind of danger but no more deadly.
The other way round about a year ago I was cycling in town and almost cycled out of a T junction in front a car which was green against a green hedge coming from my right he wasn't speeding or doing anything wrong. That would have been my fault completely. Saw him at the last moment so only moved a few inches but I knew that could have been a costly mistake.
Do I understand this correctly? If a pedestrian or cyclist makes themselves 'invisible' by their attire, it's their fault, but a car is rendered 'invisible' by it's attire, it is the observers fault?
Roads are for legal cars and legal bikes ( with lights and reflectors ) pedestrians have footpaths
I wouldn't buy a green black or dark coloured car - that's my choice.
I wouldn't buy dark cycle gear -- that's my choice
I won't force my choices on other people.
The car driver can wear whatever they want but compulsory CPR training would be beneficial for suicidal cyclists and pedestrians who jump or cycle out in front of cars from side roads etc ( as I almost did )
Again the evidence doesn’t support your claims, which become more and more bizarre
.. and you have repeatedly tried to force your choices
If we believed your ridiculous claims just for the sake of discussion
If these individuals have jumped out in front of a vehicle, were suicidal or cycled out in front of a car... would they be in a position to administer CPR?
Almost as desperate as the elderly, drugged elderly , epileptics, elephants and the “ you will die” claims from previous posts