jont- wrote:Hope none of the IAM management ever drive on the continent.
I think they all use public transport
Ohlins wrote:I prefer the term "appropriate speed". This nuance matters if we want to bring more riders into the fold; we need communications that engage non-members effectively. Otherwise, the IAM will become like BRAKE: a lobbying organisation (resulting in fewer people learning advanced skills to enhance their safety).
And it's crazy to argue that doing 80 mph on the motorway is like drink-driving or being behind the wheel under the influence of drugs. It damages the IAM's credibility, which damages recruitment.
WhoseGeneration wrote:OP, forget it, long ago I was suggesting that the IAM was becoming only interested in its survival and the jobs at HQ. This, of course, means following the dominant politics of the day.
hray wrote:I truly cannot imagine what study they must have performed to establish the conclusion that the two are comparable.
Horse wrote:hray wrote:I truly cannot imagine what study they must have performed to establish the conclusion that the two are comparable.
https://www.iamroadsmart.com/campaign-p ... fotainment
Links to more detail:
https://iamwebsite.blob.core.windows.ne ... d873495c_2
hray wrote:For the purposes of this study they've taken what could be argued as 'worst-case' interaction; searching for and selecting a single specific song through Spotify via search.
as clicking 'Thanks' for roadworks warnings on Waze,
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