- May 9, 2005
- AFL Club
- Other Teams
- Port Melbourne, Glenelg, Claremont.
In this situation, the driver at the roundabout decided to suddenly pull to a halt when about to enter the round to allow someone who'd stepped off the kerb to walk across, which was a major surprise to the following driver. The driver behind was too close ( his fault), but had no cause to suspect that he'd have to brake, as there no cars coming from the right. The pedestrian wasn't mid-road, had just taken a step in commencement and would have been in no danger.Is this a point of view thing, or perceptions ?
Just curious, I probably look at it differently, as I walk everywhere, been hit 3 times over last few years, my fault shouldn't be out when i'm not operating.Probably been lucky another 20/30 times when drivers stopped.