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Answer: If you're stopped still, in the right place giving way as required, you are not at fault and nothing requires to be done. Sadly this doesn't stop you coming off badly - being run into at car-turning speed of about 10-15 km/h is going to damage you and your bike, but the car will likely suffer nothing worse than scratches and some minor denting. ...


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What would happen to the driver if I had recorded this incident and reported it? Do I need video evidence? What is the official law? To me, a vehicle can be used as a weapon, and not paying attention could clearly be fatal. The relevant law is most likely Driving without due care and attention (Road Traffic Act 1988): A person is to be ...


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There is a major problem with making (in the US) left turns from 2-way to 2-way. (I presume you're in the UK?) Modern cars typically have a rather substantial (ie, wide) "pillar" at the corners of the windshield, and this can easily hide a pedestrian or bicycle. This problem accounts for many pedestrian accidents. (The problem is not nearly as severe ...



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