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philehidiot

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philehidiot says:

Fucking deisel

I practically skid home and one motorcyclist came off...


Didn't spot who it was but I passed them. If I'd found them I'd have reported them to the cops but hey. That slick will have a car off at some point I'm sure.

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AdieR

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AdieR says:

There's some

fucking numbnuts about - council wagon driver here 4 weeks ago took a wagon down a busy road, knowing full well that wagon were pissing oil out.

Result: My dad dropped his bike (and its only a little thing), £600 damage and a sore shoulder, two cars and a bus taken out in the space of half an hour - and that were just at one junction. Claim against council ongoing.

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babyrocket

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babyrocket says:

nasty

stuff that shite, not much chance of saving it once on the tyres. the fcukers need a whopping big fine if and when caught.

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philehidiot

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philehidiot says:

Luckily

the lady who came off seemed okay and her bike was okay. If she's injured it'll be a MIB job I'd have thought.


Surely with that much pissing out, you'd notice your fuel level dropping insanely quickly. We're talking a spill wider than a car here. Shame it doesn't light like petrol, the culprit could be easily found and punished on the spot.

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AdieR

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AdieR says:

Phil

was it / had it been raining when that diesel were down?

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MakemRider

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MakemRider says:

Spillage

On one road the 'rainbow' was 3/4 of a lane wide & stretched over 3 miles. I was in a van at the time but the road is used by many bikers.

Must have been a hole in the tank rather than no filler cap.

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steve icbinb

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steve icbinb says:

diesel spills

ring the Police immediately - they WILL do something about it (ie get the council out pronto) i've reported splillages twice & seen prompt action (Medway Council). 

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Yamark69

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Yamark69 says:

Spills

Medway council are getting better with the roads. They were gritting constantly during the cold spell, even on side roads. Just need them to fix the potholes and we'll be good

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used2bfast

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used2bfast says:

Most council wagons

are fairly new. It was probably a autolube system leaking or some tit hadn't tightened the oil filter after a service.

How hard can it be to check for leaks BEFORE they leave the depot.

And don't always blame the council, most are run by private contractors these days, and then slash the wages.

As far as mechanics are concerned, you pay peanuts, you get monkey's!

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philehidiot

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philehidiot says:

it

has been raining yes, hence the uber slipperyness.

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