well I do to care if he has apologised that cyclist had a right t sue the road without someone threatening to kill him and driving into him on purpose.
I WILL NEVER EVER USE [..] AGAIN EVER.
Think this could have been your father/brother/son/mother/daughter etc etc and it may not have ended so well.
I vote that Brew gets punished as an example to theory loony drivers trying to kill our children.
Anyway he was prosecuted too.
Ok, so you won't use this coffee shop (and I don't want to mention it as I do not support the boycott) ever again because "he is the perfect example of the loony driver trying to kill our children."
I agree that the driver's behaviour was horrific and I am glad he got convicted for it. However, I am not sure that trying to ruin his business is the solution but that's my very personal opinion.
Moreover, I go to work everyday with my scooter, can someone explain to me what do make cyclists over the rules? Why are they allowed to go at the red light, to do not let pedestrians crossing, to listen to their music (and not hearing anything around them), to overtake without indicating or even looking?
Do they have a special driving licence to be ABOVE the rules?
Because if they want to take these risks then fine by me but don't involve anyone else in them. By going at the red light, they put in danger our kids who we have taught to cross only when it is green for them, and by not being aware of the traffic because they are listening to their music they put kids going to school in a car at risk as well as they could pull over a front of a mummy going to drop their kids at school forcing her to break brutally and risking her kids to be hurt.
By reading your comments guys, I feel like only motorists drivers are the ones putting at risk our children's lives but I have to say that I personally believe that your statement is wrong, it is people who do not respect the rules
who put our children's lives at risk whichever motoring engine or not they use.
Don't you think that the cyclist who knew he was filming did not intentionally use those words to enrage the driver? Oh but yes some people said he has apologised, and then put the video on youtube, isn't it easy? Does anyone ask if the driver wanted to apologise as well? And if he were to apologise, would people say the same than for the cyclist, i.e. it is all fine now as he has said sorry, I am sorry but I doubt.
Nobody is forced to use any type of commuting, you are the decision maker.
And if it is too stressful, then maybe try the life in the countryside
To the wise people....