100%JR wrote:fastpedaller wrote:100%JR wrote:nuff said
Especially when the following drivers aren't paying attention...… But hey we'll let them continue, otherwise motorists will be upset!
Typical "blame culture" response someone has to pay blah,blah,blah
It was an ACCIDENT.Accidents happen.If you try to blame one party then it ceases to become an accident It's the same everywhere now..why are people intent on blaming someone?
Modern society where accidents aren't allowed to be called accidents any more
Mr Quigley has made his(very sensible)statement so maybe leave it at that instead of jumping on the BC bandwagon?
So if you're out on your bike and somebody in a car runs into the back of you, smashes your bike and incapacitates you your view will be they're not to blame. You wouldn't want the police to prosecute them or for them to pay for your bike to be repaired or replaced or cover you for any financial loss resulting from the event.