You got me!Or possibly testing the handling of an alfa
It is mostly so that the kids are exposed to cars for the shortest period of time. You can see a 70 year you often cannot see a 7 year old when cruising through the parking lot.Why does it matter where they are located? Does it inconvenience you? A 200 yard walk is arguably more beneficial for the elderly than it is for a young child, and that's assuming that the child is old enough to be able to walk, which many aren't.
In the UK, the standard design space size has been unchanged at 2.4 x 4.8 metres for at least 35 years to my knowledge and this size had been in use for some time prior to that, so I would guess at 50 years. It is clearly inappropriate for today's cars where a "Mini" has the footprint of a traditional Land Rover.everybody should be given a much bigger car space
I'm more worried that they can already work out I'm speeding from the ANPR cameras, Kent to Chester in 3hrs 20 mins, surely someone is going to twig that holistically they can determine speed.I draw some comfort from the many studies that show that 80-90% of drivers think themselves to be above average, so I'm quite sure than many of those who think that a dashcam is a great addition to their car will in fact record their own misdemeanours and be subsequently prosecuted on the basis of their own dashcam's evidence. That'll teach 'em!
Neither. It's more subtle than that. It's the encouragement of people to view everyone else as a potential criminal, to allow the self-righteous and moralistic to exist unquestioned and unchallenged.So, If someone videos a burglar breaking into your house you don't want them to hand the evidence to the police then? Or is it just dangerous driving which could lead to an innocent person's death that you want them to ignore?
I sympathise Stu. We are assumed to be familiar with the terminology. I never know whether to "upload" or "download" when backing up. Which device is "up" and does the subject data reside on the "up" or "down" device? So - I managed to replace 6 months worth of business phone numbers on my "smart" phone with a back up from the previous 6 months, thus losing the new numbers whilst trying to do the exact opposite. As there are 4 permutations of this conundrum I shall probably do the same again next time.Don't ask me how, but I managed to delete the entire footage of the test, but save everything I didn't want.