I’m very excited to be attending my first speed awareness course in just over a week’s time (read about that here) because it looks like the event has prompted the production of the very first batch of WeDriveOnTheLeft.com products. Photos will follow but I’m looking forward to wearing the most perfect t-shirt for the event, and soon anyone attending such a farce will also be able to get suited up appropriately.
Continue reading Coming soon – perfect attire for your “speed awareness course”
I just rediscovered, after perhaps more than a decade, the Alliance of British Drivers. I read a lot of their material about a decade ago – they had reams and reams of great information and unreported facts – but since then I’d more or less forgotten about them. For example, through them I learned that less than 1% of accidents have speed as the main cause, and less than 7% have speed as a contributory factor. And that speed cameras create accident blackspots. And that increasing speed limits to realistic levels causes average speed to drop. And on and on.
Continue reading The Alliance of British Drivers – a resource to cherish