Only dirty people wash
Thanks ********, fair enough, it's a calculated risk and a miniscule one at that. In line with your driving history above I've driven around 30,000 miles across the continent and I'd estimate a million miles over 33 years UK driving and have never had so much as a shunt "sufficient to even bruise a hamster". I should clarify that I do wear a belt on the motorway or in heavy traffic but not while tootling down country lanes. Life is full of risks and I consider this one to be small enough as to not be overly concerned about it.
the "Clunk Clink, Every Trip" films were pretty good to get seat belts used by the dinosaurs of the road (as opposed to the Knights of the road )
Just because the Presenter turned out to be a total scumbag doesn't lessen the point made in the film
Personally, when it comes to driving, I just don't feel comfortable without a seatbelt on. Nothing to do with feeling unsafe, but it is such an automatic reflex after many decades of driving of just "get in car. put on seatbelt" that driving without is just awkward.
Last edited by wildebus; 12-02-2019 at 12:27.
Well fairy nuff fellas, I should have expected a lecture
I do hope that none of you smoke, drink too much, have an unhealthy diet, ride a bike motorised or otherwise, or participate in dangerous sports
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