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I had to do a fair bit of driving on Friday. I couldn't believe the amount of cars that pulled out in front of me, dangerously so.

Is there something in the air. I know it was full moon, perhaps that has something to do with it, and a change in air pressure. (That may sound tin-hattish but the brain does work on very low voltages and external factors such as these have been known to affect the workings of the brain.)

 

 

Regarding the crashes, the roads do become greasy after a long dry spell followed by rain.

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5 minutes ago, gettafa said:

I had to do a fair bit of driving on Friday. I couldn't believe the amount of cars that pulled out in front of me, dangerously so.

You should take a half an hour ride on a push bike around Douglas if you want to experience people pulling out on you dangerously. Mostly caused by drivers not looking both ways before pulling out.

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1 hour ago, Ham_N_Eggs said:

You should take a half an hour ride on a push bike around Douglas if you want to experience people pulling out on you dangerously. Mostly caused by drivers not looking both ways before pulling out.

The police are too busy arresting and detaining people for lopping tree branches than doing anything about the state of driving around the Island. 

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