Saturday, July 24, 2010

BBC Rail Safety applies to cyclists, too

BBC show Top Gear's host Jeremy Clarkson has an important safety message about level train crossings:

Of course, this life-saving lesson applies to cyclists and pedestrians, too. If you're going to ride the wrong way across a bus route or walk across a restricted-access freeway, always wear a helmet and high-visibility jacket.

- RG>


Penny said...

Oh my goodness, that should be required viewing. And Jeremy has a point when he says that only oldies drive the wrong way down motorways. :)

Max said...

Your theme is fixed width and the video thing is so big that it blocks out the top park of your navigation.

RealGrouchy said...

Thanks, Max. I've changed the size so it should fit.

- RG>

JuliaR said...

I want to know who cleaned up that mess!? All the gravel, flying around while the car was pushed down the track.

Everybody thinks they're in a hurry - and they're unique. Good grief.