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05 December 2013 - 12:07 PMwhat's the excess like?
04 December 2013 - 12:50 PMIf we cannot stop in time for our line (the first one) then we were traveling too fast and should have gone through the amber light and continued our journey. At no time would i consider emergency braking on an amber light as the safer option is a ride through before the red appears
you could be going slowly through, and had enough time stop after crossing the 1st line. Equally there could be a car blocking the exit, forcing you to stop after the first line.
I'm not trying to say you should panic brake, just explain how it can be a bit of a grey area unless the police actually witness you doing it.
04 December 2013 - 11:55 AMWhen you have the boxed off cycle area with 2 stops lines, it's possible to have stopped past the 1st one if the lights were changing, therefore it's difficult for the police to prove you rode over it when the light was red, unless they actually witnessed it.
04 December 2013 - 10:36 AMI only pass the front car at a queue if they are behind the white line. If they are past it and in the cycling space then it indicates they don't know much about driving, or are possibly a bit aggressive.
03 December 2013 - 11:52 PMI'm not sure it's legal if the cars have to take avoiding action, certainly you would fail your test for this.