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subaqua

What’s the point
Location
Leytonstone
what camera? i like the speed , distance direction thingy on it or is that in the editing software
 
what camera? i like the speed , distance direction thingy on it or is that in the editing software
The Garmin VIRB, you can add a widget for everything a garmin can record elevation, gradient, temperature, cadence, etc its all built in.

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This was me playing about with it before Christmas

 
Auch that's nothing, I experience that type of idiotic driving and worse at least two to three times a week and I don't have a camera. Only this morning in pouring rain and strong winds an idiot tried to over take me on a blind corner and because of the on coming vehicle they then almost run me off the road.

We need a change in the law, hopefully here in Scotland it shouldn't be too long, fingers crossed.

I do like that camera and it's features, off to check it out. Thanks
 

Pat "5mph"

A kilogrammicaly challenged woman
Moderator
Location
Glasgow
Do you think the driver realized you had a camera?
Wouldn't have thought it was obvious on such a dark night.
 

Brandane

Is it because I lied when I was 17?
Location
Costa Clyde.
We need a change in the law, hopefully here in Scotland it shouldn't be too long, fingers crossed.
We already have the law! Road Traffic Act 1988 section 3 (driving without due care and attention, or without reasonable consideration for other persons using the road).

What we don't have is enough enforcement of existing laws, and sufficient deterrent in the form of punishment for breaking the law. Sadly, I doubt very much that any change in the law will make the blindest bit of difference. It hasn't stopped mobile phone use, middle lane hogs, no indicators, speeding, illegal parking, general nobberish driving, etc. etc...
 
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glasgowcyclist

Charming but somewhat feckless
Location
Scotland
We already have the law! Road Traffic Act 1988 section 3 (driving without due care and attention, or without reasonable consideration for other persons using the road).

What we don't have is enough enforcement of existing laws, and sufficient deterrent in the form of punishment for breaking the law. Sadly, I doubt very much that any change in the law will make the blindest bit of difference. It hasn't stopped mobile phone use, middle lane hogs, no indicators, speeding, illegal parking, general nobberish driving, etc. etc...
That's all true but I think (and apologies if I'm wrong) Turdus was referring to the debate on introducing presumed liability.

GC
 
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