Don't worry everyone, the good old AA are coming to our rescue AA say all motorcyclists are speeding bastards.
No word on how many photos were actually taken front on of speeding motorcyclists but hey, they can get that from the Dog and Lemon guy.
The AA has never liked motorcycles despite the majority of riders also having cars and in some cases - used to be AA members.
I was a member for decades - then the AA moved from being an organisation that advocated for its members and road users in general to being an insurance company... I also had some professional dealings with them. Worse people I ever dealt with period....
I'm no longer a member and refuse to touch any product or service that goes near them. I'd encourage you to do the same.
I emailed the guy who made the comments in the AA, seems his go to topic for the media is petrol prices, I wonder how that qualifies him to comment on motorcycles, or speeding.
I also copied their magazine editor and comms director into the email.
It was a rant and I do not expect much from it, I do wonder if they will even acknowledge a complaint from a member (me). If they don't I will follow up by contacting the CEO or whatever he is called directly. I am more interested in how they respond to member issues than anything else. The guy who made the comments is just a knob.
Life is not measured by how many breaths you take, but how many times you have your breath taken away
Anyone can get away with speeding - until you are caught.
Hmmmm - maybe, just maybe there is a solution here to cover the multi taxing of ACC fees if you own multiple bikes, the speed camera issue and motorcycle safety.
I'm almost scared to suggest it......... it's kind of logical, even doable.......... Nooooooo
Just legislate to ensure all helmets must be fluro yellow with a rego number on the front and rear .....
Failure to display the barcode will result in seizure of the bike. Job jobbed.
Talking of number plates, saw YACANT last week. Not sure how that one slipped through. Normally I think that when I see a personal plate but this one made me chuckle.
I have wondered why the existing rego cards have a barcode.
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