How can we deny the merit of your argument when your argument is so erudite ? It will be
a very sad day when offensive language is going to win an argument.
Oxford wrote: methinks you're starting to read something into this that is clearly not intended.
So let's never think about the unintended consequences. Doesn't matter how bad they will be,
just think of yourself and to hell with the rest of the world ? Is that your logic here ?
last time I rode a bike, motorised vehicles clearly outpaced me. there was clearly no possible way that I could have been mistaken for an emergency vehicle in a hurry
Maybe emergency vehicles run against red lights at 50 kph plus in your state, but here in NSW, most come to an almost
complete standstill before proceeding into an intersection - no doubt to make sure they are seen and other drivers have stopped appropriately. It's very possible you can be moving at a speed that would be mistaken for an emergency vehicle.
Just like it's very possible that bright LED highlights can leave both cyclists and motorists unsure if they're approaching a
actually makes for a safer environment for all
Have the police cyclists in your state realised this ? If not, maybe they really ought to get with it and put
flashing blue lights on their bicycles. Surely, it's an OH&S issue they really ought to be concerned about.
But wait, then you might be confused with police cyclists responding to a genuine emergency situation. Yep, you've
really thought this one through, haven't you ?