Cyclists be safe on the busy london roads

In Blog, RTA, uninsued claims (MIB) by AAH

Highway Code – Rule 80 Toucan crossings. These are light-controlled crossings which allow cyclists and pedestrians to share crossing space and cross at the same time. They are push-button operated. Pedestrians and cyclists will see the green signal together. Cyclists are permitted to ride across. Hafezis comments : There was a time when pedestrians and cyclists knew their respective role …

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Drink Drive and loose your no claim bonus

In Blog by AAH

Drink driving The Highway Code applies to England, Scotland and Wales and is essential reading for everyone. Rule 95 Do not drink and drive as it will seriously affect your judgement and abilities. You MUST NOT drive with a breath alcohol level higher than 35 microgrammes/100 millilitres of breath or a blood alcohol level of more than 80 milligrammes/100 millilitres …

Rear end collision whose fault is it?

In Blog, RTA by AAH

Mr. Bamdad (B) had been represented by me before. Nonethless, like many of our clients his personal details were sold by a claim farmer to a factory law firm up north. He retained them on a no win no fee basis. He wasn’t happy as they were advising him to accept some blame on his part. He contacted us to …

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Moving off from stationary position Highway Code Rule 159

In Blog, RTA by AAH

The Highway Code applies to England, Scotland and Wales and is essential reading for everyone. Rule 159 Before moving off you should 1.use all mirrors to check the road is clear 2.look round to check the blind spots (the areas you are unable to see in the mirrors) 3.signal if necessary before moving out 4.look round for a final check. …

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The Official Highway Code: flashing headlights

In Blog, General litigation, RTA by AAH

Flashing headlights The Highway Code applies to England, Scotland and Wales and is essential reading for everyone. Rule 110 Flashing headlights. Only flash your headlights to let other road users know that you are there. Do not flash your headlights to convey any other message or intimidate other road users. Comments : Its a common practice to flash at a …