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See clip at Probably ought to go out to control (or primary) position in ASL box to stop this kind of nonsense. However, it's possibly best to have driver behaviour of this poor (and illegal) quality ahead n ... [more]

See clip at Highway Code Rule 178 (backed up by the RTA). Advanced stop lines. Some signal-controlled junctions have advanced stop lines to allow cycles to be positioned ahead of other traffic. Motorists, inc ... [more]

See clip at Those #BloodyCyclists jumping red lights again. Ah, this one is in a car. Or is it just someone driving not obeying traffic lights. People drive through red lights about the same percentage as p ... [more]

See clip at Really not a lot to say here. This lists the speed at which the police (through ACPO) see sufficient to issue a Fixed Penalty Notice. It also shows the speed at which a summons is issued, so wo ... [more]

See clip at This was all a little bit funny in some respects. This road is used right to the end through the gate on the right after both parked cars. People try to park in here to avoid the hospital car-park ... [more]

See clip at I'm riding along my side of the road. A driver pulls out of a side entrance and pulls round the car parked on their side of the road. They continue coming despite me being there, forcing me to jam ... [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 (Picture taken whilst crossing beeping) Slow moving traffic, and yet some people driving feel the need to jump red lights. Ah, those pesky cyclists that jump red lights, eh. There was plenty of ... [more]

See clip at Ah, someone looks like they've been stopped for RLJ. Of course, it's possibly something completely different, but these lights are known for RLJ across Queens Road. Cyclists should not jump red ... [more]

See clip at How dare this cyclist break the rules. It's just appalling what they think they can get away with. I mean, it causes so much disruption, anguish, and terror to all those around. And this causes a r ... [more]

See clip at Not a lot to say, really. Not very impressed by driver skills. And we wonder why people get killed on Britain's roads.

See clip at A clear red light jump by a tourist sightseeing bus. What a nice feeling for a tourist to by rushed round a corner! Watching the clip it's quite clear that the car crossing the junction the othe ... [more]

See clip at I think the clip says it all. I saw loads of cyclists and vehicles around today. - 2 RLJ vehicles - 10+ close passes - 1 taxi blocking ASL - 0 cyclist infractions at all All in ... [more]


see clip at Unfortunate follow up from yesterdays good experience here (at ). A long wait and a dangerous car red light jumping. Not surprisingly t ... [more]

See video at I've shown the failings in this path, at the end of Church Lane in Trumpington, several times. ... [more]

See video at Over the front line is breaking the red light. At minimum, this is also a car in an ASL. Yet another driver ignoring the law about ASLs. All too common. The Highway Code Rule 17 ... [more]

See video at Technically this is breaking a red light as it's crossing the front line. But at minimum it's passing an ASL. Looking at the whole clip, the light turns red well in advance of me ... [more]

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