Car, pedestrian, bicycle… The impossible agreement: “The behavior complained of is linked to intentional offenses”
Posted On March 15, 2021
The offenses committed by some exasperate others to the point.
Ask a pedestrian what annoys him the most about other road users, he’ll give you an endless list of grievances. Do the same with a motorist, a cyclist or a motorcyclist, there is a good chance that he will draw up an equally important list of recriminations for you.
Between the use of mobile phones while driving and the absence of flashing lights, the crossing of pedestrians out of the nails or cyclists riding on the sidewalk, the number of traffic violations committed daily is exorbitant. And the more than 5 million reports drawn up each year in Belgium are undoubtedly only the tip of the iceberg.