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Poor visibility

Discussion in 'Personal' started by Flere-Imsaho, Feb 20, 2016.

  1. Flere-Imsaho

    Flere-Imsaho Star commenter

  2. RedQuilt

    RedQuilt Star commenter

    No, I really wouldn't. What on earth was the driver thinking? :eek:
     
  3. cosmosinfrance

    cosmosinfrance Star commenter

    That's ridiculous, not to mention dangerous. How long does it take to clear a windscreen of snow? No one is in that much of a hurry. Stupid.
     
  4. lanokia

    lanokia Star commenter

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    There goes an idiot.
     
  5. FrankWolley

    FrankWolley Star commenter

    Many years ago, when I had my first car (a 1967 mini, then over 10 years old), and we still had snowy winters, I had to return home after thick snow & freezing temperatures. My windscreen wipers failed, and I tried to clear the windscreen by scraping snow off with my right hand whilst driving ( I feared I'd never start again if I stopped). The clear space was tiny.

    Luckily the roads were empty, and I made the 80+ miles home. Wouldn't recommend it, or do it today!
     
  6. sparklepig2002

    sparklepig2002 Star commenter

    Stupid and irresponsible. Putting his own life and the lives of others at risk.
     
  7. Motherofchikkins

    Motherofchikkins Star commenter

    That's mad. And dangerous.

    I remember my brother setting off after clearing his window of snow. When he braked at the traffic lights however, the blanket of snow on the top of the car came sliding down over the window and they couldn't see a thing. Fortunately it was a quiet road, and they were able to get it off without holding up the traffic for too long.
     
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  8. sparkleghirl

    sparkleghirl Star commenter

    My Mam tells a story about the day she went into labour with me. She and my dad had been visiting her mother, about 10 miles away when they realised they'd best get home aharpish. It was snowing and the windscreen wipers were broken so my dad had to keep leaning round through the window the wipe the snow clear.

    Needless to say, I was worth it. ;)
     
  9. kibosh

    kibosh Star commenter

    And bad.
    I was stupid enough for this to happen to me. Once. Never again. For all the time it takes to clear the roof too . . .
     

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