|Monday, 20 June 2016|
Our greenslips.com.au poll, Is common courtesy lacking on our roads?, received a resounding 88% Yes. But the poll didn’t ask about incidents of road rage. Anecdotal evidence suggests drivers everywhere are becoming increasingly less patient and a lot more aggressive.
|Thursday, 04 February 2016|
More people are riding bikes these days and, without dedicated bike tracks, have to share the roads with motor vehicles. This can be dangerous, as an average of 11 riders are killed and 1,500 seriously injured in NSW every year.
Minimum passing distance
Minister for Roads, Duncan Gay, has introduced Minimum Passing Distance legislation from 1 March 2016 to help make NSW roads safer.
|Thursday, 30 April 2009|
|What ever happened to driver courtesy? Is it hard to let someone merge? Is it too much trouble to wave and acknowledge when someone does you a favour in traffic? I find it extremely frustrating when people will not let you merge. Do they never need to merge? Do they never need someone to let them into a line of traffic? Life could be much simpler. Treat other drivers with courtesy...and expect the same in return. I feel better now!|