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Whats All The Cars Rushing About


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Steep, narrow streets in my part of Hillsborough, cars parked both sides, but the idiots still hurtle down them.  Dykes Hall Road, and around Wynyard, Garry, Dorothy etcp.  When I learnt to drive I was taught to drive according to conditions, even 30mph isn't  mandatory, its maximum.  🙄

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Delivery drivers from places on Ecclesall Road; parking wherever they like (including fully on the pavements (Dominos Pizza, Cemetery Road)), pulling out and turning across the road aggressively, then shooting off at high speed, either way up Ecclesall Road or up Broomgrove/Southgrove Roads.

 

And all to deliver a 12" pizza and some chips before it gets cold.

 

In a 5-door estate.

 

That's who it is rushing about round my way, anyhow..

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At a time when the emergency services are stretched to breaking point the last thing anyone needs is to be involved in a road accident.

Carry on doing your bit by demonstrating considerate driving.

Over the last 2 years we have had the highest number of children killed or seriously injured on English roads behind Birmingham and Leeds.

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5 police cars were racing around after  a stolen old bike on lowedges road,my step daughter was worried they would hit her car so stopped until they had gone past,seems a lot of cars for a old bike,but there could be more to it i expect,this was sat pm

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11 minutes ago, bassett one said:

5 police cars were racing around after  a stolen old bike on lowedges road,my step daughter was worried they would hit her car so stopped until they had gone past,seems a lot of cars for a old bike,but there could be more to it i expect,this was sat pm

But if the police did nothing we'd get the same old moans about that.

I believe that children are our future. Unless we stop them now.

 

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