Air pollution

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Re: Air pollution

Postby martine » Fri Feb 17, 2017 5:30 pm

gannet wrote:I learnt nothing that has fed back into my driving though...

:D But you're hardly the typical speed awareness candidate. I don't help with this course but the feedback is usually very positive by the end.

You could always do the 'Driver Alertness' (NDAC) course - I think you'd find it much more interesting and if the instructor is any good, you would gain something...but I don't recommend 'qualifying' to's an alternative to being prosecuted for driving without due care. :shock:
Martin - Bristol IAM: IMI National Observer, Group Secretary, Masters (dist), DSA: ADI, Fleet, RoSPA (Dip)

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Re: Air pollution

Postby AndyP » Fri Feb 17, 2017 5:37 pm

Did you know the extensive 20 limits in Bristol are being reviewed on the instruction of the new Mayor?

No I did not. That will be good.
However I did hear that they have no 'BEFORE' evidence of accident rate stats or pollution stats to compare the current stats to prove a lower rate of both. [It all got forgotten in the excitement!!]

Interesting to see what is said to prove one way or t'other.
However I was told the real stats [That is what they do know] since and sworn to secrecy!!ha ha.

clue :- :racing: :headbang: :oops:
It is not WHAT you drive, BUT:-- the WAY that you drive it.
It is not HOW fast you drive, BUT:-- HOW you drive fast.

Cheers Andy

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