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More police double standards?
"Harry Bloomfield" verbally sodomised
After serious thinking Brimstone wrote :
In article , Uno Hoo! says...
It's painful isn't it Mark? Again, he can't even differentiate
between police vehicles on the road 24/7 and being driven regularly
at high speed and in pursuit situations - and ordinary motorists.
Sad, truly sad.
OK Kev, compare the accident and fatality rate to HGV drivers who do
the same or higher mileage than Police do.
What's mileage alone got to do with it? Have you not said in the past,
"Context is everything"?
A police driver will clock up a relatively low mileage, especially
compared to most HGV drivers, because police cars will spend much more
time in traffic along with other time just parked. A police car will
run up quite a high mileage, due to often being in use around the
Now if HGV's did the types of driving police cars did, then I suspect
they might spend quite a lot of time in the garage being repaired.
You're just making this up as you go along.