Very naughty Citroen C5

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Re: Very naughty Citroen C5

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The Highway Code does say that if a traffic signal is faulty you should proceed with caution.

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Re: Very naughty Citroen C5

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dnsey wrote: In that case, threre's no alternative but to wait until the way is clear, and ignore the red light.
You could lift the bike onto your shoulder and become a pedestrian for that bit of your journey. :)

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My dad biked to work (in Birmingham) for almost the whole of his working life, I recall him telling us that at a crossroad the he'd been using for twenty plus years, overnight the highways had added a Halt sign (Remember them?) he never noticed and waiting across the road was a copper policing the new set up, dad had to go in front of the magistrates and got fined 10 shillings for not 'halting'.

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