in the USA
What I meant was....
if it said "Allumez vos feux ou nous vous arreterons" then I could understand it. Some of our laws in England are advisory - others are compulsory, just as in France. I lived there for a while and I always thought the rain speed restriction is a particularly good idea. I guess you're right though- we shouldn't expect to have the same rules everywhere. Arresting Brits ignorant of the law doesn't do much for Anglo-French relations though, even if they should beef up on them before they leave!
I have seen countless people with iPods in as they are cycling about in morning traffic.
To me, you can run with an iPod on in - but cycling?
Podro, I'm one of those adults who never had a bike as a kid. Parents thought it was too dangerous. I finally learnt to ride just under 2 years ago. My 9 year old is better and safer than me.
You'll be glad I don't drive either
I thought cycling with an Ipod was illegal? I also thought you could be charged with driving without due care and attention in a car if you had one in. Somebody please clear this up!
I probably made it up
Eh - I think the line between what his Tonyness disagreed with and passed laws on is so thin, it just confuses me.
I go on the "reasonable man" idea.
If you can't hear anything on a bike on a busy road in central road in London, is that dangerous or safe?
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