Came across this nice little website from a friend. Certainly an excellent twist on cycling blogging and one to follow. The story behind it? Well here is what the twitter account says..
Grammar for Motorists is an idea that came to me while cycling to work this morning. Hope it has legs. Any ideas for future lessons welcome.
Here are just a few of the lessons so far
Lesson 4: Spacing
Use of spacing between words helps to avoid unsightly collisions between words that will obscure your meaning and cause confusion.
Similarly, when driving, use of spacing when overtaking cyclists will help avoid unsightly collisions between vehicles that will increase your insurance premiums and cause death or serious injury.
Lesson 3: Imperatives
Cyclists must stop at red lights.
Motorists must stop at red lights.
Motorists must not accuse all cyclists of being “red light-jumping scofflaws”.
Motorists must not labour under the delusion that no motorist ever jumps a red light.Lesson 1: Prepositions
The car must go around the bicycle.
The car cannot go through or over the bicycle.
If there is no space to overtake, the car must wait behind the bicycle.