Wednesday, 10 March 2010

An example of poor indicating

I feel like a bit of a grumpy old man since I've been using my helmet cam - perhaps I should stop it. Anyway - I can't help showing you this van. It wasn't really that dangerous but it shows how important it is to indicate. I had no clue what he was doing or when and he kind of drifted into the middle of the road. It's on that really fast bit of road going down Theobold's Road towards Farringdon Road in London EC1.


Kannan.V said...

at least this was indicating, the other day near the main junction of Liverpool street Norton folgate road and Bethnal Green road...

A white car overtook be from the right, severed to the left at a good speed and sped away, i had no idea what he was upto, if i had moved a bit to the right, dont know where i would have landed, he was that close..

I don't really know what to do with these type of juggernauts.

KarmaCycle said...

Woah - that sounds dangerous! Sounds a bit like that white car might have been doing it ... on purpose, to intimidate you? That doesn't sound too far fetched. And what can we do? Well, not swerve around too much, I fear.