I ordered a pack of 10 for 10 Downing Street. "brexit isn't a game. Back the fuck off"
I just need a sticker which says "smile, I have dual dashcams"
That wasn't the "get 4 wheels" response I was expecting (y) (lol)
Problem solved. (y)
There's a reason for that. Driving to close to a cyclist with everyone moving, potholes, winds etc, can result in the cyclist being physically injured or killed by being passed at 25mph or above, and that's before you take into account the effect the passing car has on the wind, which can pull a cyclist off their line, and into the path of the car behind. And the difference in relative speeds doesn't matter much when the ground is always doing 0. In these scenarios, the cyclist knows what's ahead of them, and judging risks to themselves and others. When going past a slowly moving car, the cyclist is still judging risks, and the biggest risk, the car, is traveling slowly, and the most likely outome is still the cyclist being injured. It's like standing at a train station between the yellow line and the track when the train is passing, and when it's nearly stationary. And this is recognised in official guidance for cycle lanes; they should be 2 meters wide on a road where traffic is moving freely, and can drop to 1.2 m wide near traffic lights : I seem to recall it is defined in Department for transport technical note ltn 02/08