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A new approach to merging lanes
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When two lanes are merging into one, it is usual practice for the left lane to end with broken lines and the onus is then on those drivers to enter the right lane when and if they can. Read more
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There should be only one speed limit for all classes of vehicle on a section of road for all vehicles regardless of class or license category.
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I think we really do need to adopt the principle that all heavy vehicles are restricted to the far left lane and are only permitted to overtake in signposted areas.
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There are regular reports of drivers reversing over young children, and sadly, this usually results in serious injury or death.
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When two lanes are merging into one, it is usual practice for the left lane to end with broken lines and the onus is then on those drivers to enter the right lane when and if they can.
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It is high time we had unmarked police cars on the freeway to curb these dangerous driving practices.
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It would be very helpful if the 100m mark before any intersection was indicated by a dotted line across the bus lane
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Elderly and disabled persons can be given special cards which they can tap on sensors at pedestrian crossings for longer crossing time.
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The general attitude towards P-platers shows them as irresponsible, dangerous and rude - this is the same thing as saying that all women drive terribly.
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Zebra crossings should be replaced by pedestrian crossing lights during peak periods thereby reduce unnecessary holdups.
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More is needed to be done to help stop the proliferation of motorists having all lights on the front of their vehicle being switched on together.
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