swee said:Well, of course there is, just as there is a safe way to negotiate a junction when the lights are out or even a junction that is not light-controlled in the first place.
You can't get anyone in the anti-RLJ crowd to concede this, though, without an immediate switch to "but that's not the point, it's still illegal/a bad example/makes drivers hate us". The RLJ-is-always-wrong argument is hydra-headed and switches to a different front whenever they think they're losing the current discussion.
Vikeonabike said:Nice to see, make sure that you read the authors blog on his day with City of London Police bike team.
marinyork said:Seems a bit of a silly guy to me. Criticising someone for not wearing a reflective fluorescent vest is bang out of order - presumably using his badge as credence in the area even more so. He's also got a pretty eccentric and poor knowledge/view of the law/highway code.