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27 minutes ago, wymberley said:

Who wasn't looking where he was going then?

Part 2 - who hasn't worked out how to post images?

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1 minute ago, PPP said:

Not sure he should be driving at 97!

Surprised he can remember where it was parked!

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Was he at fault ? No mention on the news who was to blame ,still he did have two good witnesses in the car with him.

 

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Probably do better with reins than a steering wheel.   To old at 97 ...ageism ???  Jackie Stewart is 80 should he be grounded as well?

We need a bit more info before jumping to conclusions.

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20 minutes ago, Walker570 said:

Probably do better with reins than a steering wheel.   To old at 97 ...ageism   Jackie Stewart is 80 should he be grounded as well?

We need a bit more info before jumping to conclusions.

I quite agree, perhaps the OP would be good enough to enlighten us!

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1 minute ago, Scully said:

No other vehicle involved as far as I'm aware, so possibly driver error? 

I though they said it was t boned and rolled? 

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3 minutes ago, Scully said:

No other vehicle involved as far as I'm aware, so possibly driver error? 

he pulled out of a lane onto main road into path of another vehicle,what a ********:mad:

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27 minutes ago, oowee said:

I though they said it was t boned and rolled? 

Fair enough; I obviously missed that bit. I wasn't paying too much attention admittedly.....like him apparently. 

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1 hour ago, Walker570 said:

Probably do better with reins than a steering wheel.   To old at 97 ...ageism ???  Jackie Stewart is 80 should he be grounded as well?

We need a bit more info before jumping to conclusions.

Huge difference in reactions between 97 and 80

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Let’s be honest, he isn’t exactly skipping around the place and won’t have the best eyesight nor reactions I imagine so I doubt he should really be behind the wheel of two tonne of Range Rover. I understand he is fiercely independent but no doubt had a body guard who could have drove. Seems a bit silly really and could have been much worse.

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11 hours ago, TIGHTCHOKE said:

I quite agree, perhaps the OP would be good enough to enlighten us!

Haven't got the hang of posting images or doing links yet; remember?

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5 minutes ago, Old farrier said:

Now he’s arguing with the wife about who owns the highway 😊

:lol:

I bet there'll be the odd headless council worker or councillor around who have just found out.

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.....and all you youngsters have never made a mistake or made a reckless/stupid move when driving then have you ?    Images on my dash cam seem to give a different story. 

This accident does not appear to involve reaction times, it looks like the Duke has pulled out from a side turning infront of the approaching KIA. Happens dozens of times every day across the country by people of ages 17 to 97 but they are not all Royalty so it doesn't hit the headlines.   Ageism. 

 

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