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    Happy customer!

    I've had road-side recovery for years, with various companies, and can remember only ever requiring them once. Until the other day on my Honda Varadero.
    I'd had it serviced that day, and the eejits...
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    Precisely! And this thread is not about what...

    Precisely!

    And this thread is not about what the law-makers SHOULD have envisaged, this is about what the law-makers DID envisage.
    As you have stated - they couldn't envisage other colours,...
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    Agreed Beelzebub, I read your #30 post (I read...

    Agreed Beelzebub, I read your #30 post (I read all posts before posting) which was obviously a common-sense statement (it can't be argued against in any way, shape or form - there is simply no...
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    Roleabama; don't say that! That means I've been...

    Roleabama; don't say that! That means I've been avoiding wearing blue jeans with a red shirt, whilst crossing the road at 9:03am because there is definitely no law that says that I can - therefore it...
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    You have shown a regulation that the police state...

    You have shown a regulation that the police state does not cover such lighting, therefore, my view is in line with the police. No problem, you can also have an alternative view.
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    I agree with you rolebama, and the question is:...

    I agree with you rolebama, and the question is: why do people suddenly brake? Are they speeding?
    I'd like to think that I became more aware and ready to react, rather than suddenly reacting.
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    So, you think that a blue led looks like a...

    So, you think that a blue led looks like a 'beacon' or 'special warning lamp'?

    'Beacons' revolve / flash, 'special warning lamps' somehow 'warn' e.g. by flashing.

    Nope - I don't think that a...
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    I don't know, what did you find? Have you checked...

    I don't know, what did you find? Have you checked it out on Play Store (or maybe the dozens of others that may well cost more)?

    ;-)
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    Touché Beelzebub; post amended. :p

    Touché Beelzebub; post amended. :p
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    Yeah Snowball, that one may well be contentious...

    Yeah Snowball, that one may well be contentious (I think that the HC advises to indicate all the way around), but IMO - it has lanes to take you to your exit. To me (logically), if you indicate -...
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    People: 1) Who believe that because there is...

    People:

    1) Who believe that because there is no minimum speed limit, think that they can cause tailbacks by travelling at 60% of the limit.
    2) That don't understand that all motorway lanes (apart...
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    If you have an Android phone, then this Bluetooth...

    If you have an Android phone, then this Bluetooth CAN BUS adaptor costs about a tenner, the pro software £3...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GSOzQzsfODg

    Red ;-)
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    Agreed Snowball; where there IS legislation, then...

    Agreed Snowball; where there IS legislation, then enact it; where there isn't - do not try to bend law to fit what you personally want to happen. Simple!

    Let law-makers make law, let law-keepers...
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    It isn't surprising that there is so much...

    It isn't surprising that there is so much discussion, because the use of these lights, in this way is not covered (neither explicitly nor implicitly) by legislation.
    It's also not surprising that...
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