View single post by Aylesbury Jock
 Posted: Tue Aug 23rd, 2011 01:14 am
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Aylesbury Jock

Joined: Wed Nov 10th, 2010
Location: Aylesbury, United Kingdom
Posts: 334
What I can't get my head around is when every other organisation calls for any action possible to reduce road deaths, the government thinks that 55 extra(if that is what it amounts to)as stated in the article, is acceptable. The idea that it will reduce the 'burden on the motorist' is another idiotic idea, which I suppose they think will win them some votes in the next election, but as I'm sure I've said before ad nauseam, the insurance companies are not as stupid as the politicians, and will hike up the policy costs because of the increased risks.The only question will be will the policy increases be less than the savings on the MOT. Answers on a postcard please.....