Alternatively, just carry a bulb kit anyway. Doubt they'll check they're the right bulbs for your car.
You don't need the breath test kits either - there's no penalty for not having them.
Enjoy the Pyrenees - we walked le Chemin de la Liberté last year
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Long ago, after I'd met the standard for IAM membership and then helped others to do the same I just wished that the IAM standard would become the base standard for driving in the UK. Fool was I. It wouldn't be too bad if all drivers maintained the DoT test standard. I've had associates who wouldn'...
- Sat May 02, 2020 9:49 pm
- Forum: Advanced Driving - Cars
- Topic: Hazard warning sign on Dual Carriageway
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Basically, it means the new road crosses a public footpath and they didn't have the sense/money to install an underpass or footbridge
One of the cases from this series where a nurse on painkillers blacked out and killed a driver on the opposite carriageway got a mention in the RoADAR newsletter - she was sentenced to 5 years & 4 months
A while back I was following a Tesla and I was surprised how often the brake lights came on (almost every bend) and concluded that just lifting off lit the brake lights. 2 thoughts regarding the learner tho': aren't all hybrids automatics? And considering how little leeway some drivers give learners...
Jonquirk wrote:Not much use as a secondary braking system if it doesn’t operate when the vehicle is moving?
Having read the handbook Ford say don't pull it on when driving but it can be used in an emergency