i meant in a car park...by my reckoning the vast majority of car parkers go in 'nose' first!But I do take your point that the motorist should be wary of whats coming. If you did have a driveway then I suspect you'd do what you could to maximise visibility (we have low walls either side of ours so that you can see whats coming). By the same token, a pedestrian/runner can see the car moving, even if it has the obligation to give way. Running into it to prove a point seems a little stupid.
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