Anyone in to Trains......?
we've had everything else recently........... cars, Boats, Planes, diggers, push Bikes, Vans, Birds, dogs .................. Here's one and it was fast.........
From the picture I would say that it's travelling north due to the shadows and the car is a Lada. Houses are facing east and don't appear to have any satellite dishes which would be on the wall that's visible.
BSB & TT
Legal and insurance
There are some changes made on the accident insurance benefits in Canada. The new automobile insurance rates act also made changes in order to eliminate fraud. You can read more about this from here: https://www.campisilaw.ca/blog/changes-to-accident-benefits/
Similarly, the new road rule in Ontario allows cyclists to use flashing red light at night. The penalties for cyclists who do not use reflectors while riding at night may increase to up to $500. This will helps in reducing road accidents.
Touring & travel
Ypres is easy to get to and deals with the carnage pretty sensitively IMO. The museum in the Cloth Hall looks at the human impact, the Last Post is haunting. I can recommend a battlefield tour with a guide as well, and Talbot House in Poperinghe is excellent too. If you have time my great uncle Lt John Dabbs, MM - veteran of Gallipoli and the Somme rests in Railway Dugout Cemetery, Zillebeke...
I decrease my speed overall in the wet. If there are white lines/arrows on entry or through corner, I tend not to apply too much brakes or throttle harshly to avoid a squeekey bum moment. In the dry, I go at normal corner entry speed reguardless of whether there's road markings, have never had issues with riding over them. Its gravel/chuckies/crap/bumps on the road you need to worry about.
Buying and selling
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