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See clip at Although I'm making the point that this is very poor driving, there is an argument that the road design here leads to this behaviour. I've seen this happen a lot here. Passing to Close Highway ... [more]

See clip at The existence of a cycle lane does not mean rules 213 and 163 can be ignored. The reasons for those rules are still valid. Passing to Close Highway code rule 213. Motorcyclists and cyclists ma ... [more]

See clip at I'm riding along a road made single width by parked cars. I've already established my position on the right side of the road having passed many vehicles. A car approaches from the other end of the ... [more]

See clip at Highway Code Rule 140 (backed up in law) You MUST NOT drive or park in a cycle lane marked by a solid white line. Although ... [more]

See clip at Not just a dip into the cyclelane but a full-on, drive along it for several hundred yards, without any obvious unavoidable reason and block it for cyclists. Highway Code Rule 140 (backed up in l ... [more]

See clip at Again, this is more of a criticism of the poor road layout here. It's designed to take drivers into the cyclelane. The worn paintwork shows testimony to this. This junction was designed a couple of ... [more]

See clip at Minimally Close Overtake, breaking "Highway code rule 163". Something along the lines of Dangerous Driving re ... [more]

Pickfords van driving in cycle lane, narrow cycle lane, and general poor road surface.

car driving in cycle lane, narrow cycle lane width

Junction of Hills rd and Station rd, lorry driving in narrow cycle lane

It doesn't really come across properly in the photograph but Arbury Road was just a mess of ice, slush and water when I took this. But look how close this idiot driver is to the guy on the bike. He is almost touching his mudguard. If the ... [more]

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