litter picking and gas canister !!!
Either that or they were after a decent dinner. After all, it had already been tenderisedThere was a bike RTA near us on the A9 involved loss of limbs.
Various bits of bambi were accidentally loaded into the ambulance in the assumption that better to put all the flesh in with the victim in the hope it might be saveable.
The papers could have played it better by calling you "an ex-soldier biker, similar to those who started Hell's Angels."I got breathalysed (zero), but not him. The media don't help with their portrayal of bikers as criminals, which means every accident is automatically that of the in the public's mind.
No such thing as right of way - except in regards to it being a road and traffic having a right of way along it (i.e. - able to walk ride drive etc along a highway.)I passed my test in 1990 and back then we were taught that pedestrians have right of way at junctions so it's hardly new - the premise in law was that if you turned off the main into a side and a pedestrian was crossing within the limits of the junction (as defined by the long dashes up to the GW or Stop markings) then they were deemed to be using that road/street first and had right of way. Mind you, that was if they were already off the kerb and thus on the roadway. If they were still on the pavement and the front wheels were beyond the line of the GW or Stop marking - i.e. you were on the side road first - the pedestrian was expected to get with the Green X Code and stop at the kerb, have a shufti and open their lugholes.
No such thing as right of way - except in regards to it being a road and traffic having a right of way along it (i.e. - able to walk ride drive etc along a highway.)
Thou art the cleverest, greatest mirth inducing author, many vielen dankeschons.Horny-Handed Wholesaler Salesmen: Oh, deeply purple-robed one, hear our plight and save us from the tyranny of sense and knowledge, we beseech thee.
EM: What seemeth to be the problem lads?
HHWSs: Yea, verily, during this very night shift, our iPads which we sometimes use as sales consoles cannot connect to the Tube of You nor the Hamsters of X, whereby we spend what little time we may between bouts of furious selling of the goods. We needeth to restart the wireless device that provideth such signals.
EM: Haveth a butchers at that fuse-box on the wall that controls the router (and all other electrical devices) locked in the office. If you flip the fuse switch, the router will restart and you'll be back wanking like grinning chimps in no time.
HHWSs: Oh, good call, your Imperial Purpleness. It shall be done forthwith.
HHWSs: Yea, and so doth the fi of wi return. Praise the purple one with great praise.
HHWSs: Holdeth up - the application server that runs our trading system is now strangely dark and quiet.
HHWSs: It was on the circuit that we hath flippeth the switch but moments ago.
Boss of HHWSs: Verily, ye shall have to tradeth for the next eight hours with pen and paper and stay after your knocketh off time to render your trading unto the server of applications before ye shall depart this place to your abodes.
Omnes: Curse you, purple hearted tomenter.
Is the van registered to a caravan park somewhere near the A1M?Peterborough - driver insured to Scotland and provisional licence. Trouble is, he doesn’t know where Scotland is, and tried to explain he’s allowed to drive unsupervised in P’Bro, but can’t leave the city boundary. That rule is news to us!! Still seized and reported 2023/1854
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well !!!!!Is the van registered to a caravan park somewhere near the A1M?
I wonder about this character
This driver currently has 42 points and is disqualified until February 2023. Stopped driving in Guildford this morning and reported to court. The vehicle was also seized
No they don't. Point out where in the act it says user A has right of way over user B.