This is the first post in a series around reporting bad drivers to the police and the process from recording them to going to court, if that is what happens. This post will be everything to do with videos. These posts will primarily focus on my process and my experiences of reporting to the Met… More Reporting drivers to the police – All things video
I came across some new guidelines that all Police forces across the UK may take on board and apply to any footage taken by a road user. This came about from the below incident. I did the usual and forwarded the video on to RoadSafe London, they deemed that this was serious enough to warrant… More New Police Guidelines for Video Footage
It’s not always cyclist vs motorist, sometimes it’s cyclist vs cyclist This nasty incident out in christchurch happened after one cyclist wouldn’t let the other pass on a narrow trail. The rider in front was brake testing the other cyclist almost causing a collision on several occasions. The full video can be watched here.
I posted before about the use of cameras on the road and the laws behind it. But i feel i missed a few things out that are worth noting. From before we know that the general use of a camera is perfectly legal. The information commissioner confirmed that recording for personal purposes on the road… More Helmet Cameras and the Law
There has been a boom of cyclists that have started to take to the roads with video cameras. As one of them, I try to come up with and promote ways that we as a group can make our videos better. One thing that is missing from the videos is speed, and with wide-angle lenses… More How to do digital overlays