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You're practically walking down a blind road now.
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I want the camera facing directly ahead, I don't want to blind other road users with a 200l light facing directly ahead.
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Since most (all actually) rural roads are full of blind corners this is a recipe for death.
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There seems to be a blind belief that roads are bad and trains are good.
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Too close behind another vehicle so you won't have enough brake distance or you don't have time to swerve around a road hazard (like a pothole); the surface of the sun; riding too close to parallel parked cars; and probably a few more like where your position should be when turning into a blind corner or crossing a T-junction.
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Now, if it is such a tight corner that she couldn't have got out in the time it takes to traverse that part of the road, then it's even more damning, leaving your car on a blind corner in such a reckless manner, which furthermore adds weight to what I am saying, the horizon for the other cars was reduces to that which is below what is required for a rational calm and thought out maneuver.
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Flying at high speeds with no easy way to stop, down curvy roads with blind turns like this.
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It is an access road with a blind corner.
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They wobble around in the road, cut out into traffic from blind intersections, and run red lights at major intersections with impunity, all while getting pissed off if cars don't give them the utmost respect.
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The image was simply an empty desert road, bright sun, nothing for miles in either direction...i saw a man riding on the back of a donkey slumped over because he was blind.
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At least you will get an improvement in vision at night, but it can sure as hell blind other people on the road.
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That's just how headlights are built, so you can see more on the right side, so no wild animals can surprise you by jumping up on the road, and also so you can see pedestrians easier on the side of the road, while the left has a shorter light so you won't blind the oncoming drivers on the other side of the road.
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Exactly, I'm expected to do 50kmh on a road with excellent visibility, road conditions, zero pedestrian traffic, yet I can do 80kmh on a windy road with a high chance of animals and blind corners.
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No, but when I turn my head to check my blind spot, I can see more of the road below me than I could before I did.
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You're probably the idiot that lets his kids play in the road on a blind curve then gets all pissy when one of your crotch-fruits gets splattered like an orange under a steam roller.
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Throwing down caltrops on logging roads, random chains across roads at blind corners, sabotaging equipment, etc.
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High school: a group of football players put a fake deer in the road at the bottom of a blind hill then smashed a bunch of pumpkins all over the road to make it slick.
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It's not going to eliminate accidents by any means but I assure you that if you stuck shitty drivers of crappy old cars into cars that handle well, stop fast, have good tires, have good traction control, and have sensors that automatically hit the brakes or alert you to cars in your blind spots, ect, you would without a doubt reduce the number of accidents on the road.
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I do own a nice bike and would happily ride it in ideal weather; however, the two roads connecting home to work would be very dangerous for bikers (no sidewalks, narrow roads, blind turn, crazy drivers, large trucks due to interstate access, etc.)
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Roads however I am not certain, maybe a busy city road or a slightly less busy but faster road going in to the city or even a country road with a lot of blind turns?
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(We live way off the road down a half mile lane - there's -no- way you didn't see the signs unless you were totally blind.)
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Unfortunately, there was a blind spot further down the road, and a bus going about 30 MPH didn't see the family of ducks.
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Also, I think part of their vision was that cyclists would use that newly pedestrianised road as a shortcut to the other side but more often than not they just follow the traffic like everyone else, or zoom across the two way traffic on the blind spot without that much warning to get onto that shortcut.
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How do blind people cross the road?
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Examples include a road with little or no shoulder on the correct side but plenty of room on the incorrect side, roads with blind corners (in this case I will often cross over and run the "outside" of the bend where visibility is better, then cross back again after the turn), and streets where traffic is fast or heavy enough to make crossing the road not worth the risk if you'll only be on that road for a short time.
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Destroying property after sitting in the guys blind spot on a single lane road.
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(Because it would blind the crap out of oncoming cars and not light the side of the road up enough).
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The car ahead doesn't have to stop immediately, you are forgetting that that car is acting as a blind spot to the road ahead.
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A blind man can tell you its the sexiest thing on the road.
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The O'Neill Tunnel is a great design, with its blind curves, excellent signage, waterproof walls, lights that are held up by zip-ties... That stub of road just north of the Zakim Bridge that they just left there is beautiful, as are the remnants of the old highway on Rutherford Ave. Let's not finish that project!
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The roads are 60mph speed limits with lots of blind corners but they just don't think about it.
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I have been a passenger and in cars where people have gone to do uturns on roads by blind bends etc.
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I was once told by my dad that the reflectors in the road are for blind people.
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There were multiple riders in the group running GPS's through various apps and all showed that we were on a straight flat stretch of road with no blind spots.
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Why on earth anyone would stand in front of a moving car on a blind turn on a live road known for fast driving is beyond me.
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They make you much more aware of where other the cars on the road are because you don't have to turn your head to see your blind spots (not that you should stop shoulder checks when changing lanes).
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The officer is trying to stop a potential danger by introducing a certain and very deadly danger of runing into a road right after a blind turn and then pulls his gun as if that's going to save his goofy ass againt a 2400lb metal machine going 50.
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We cleared the road by foot patrol a day earlier and they knew we didn't drive it ever, since there were blind spots we couldn't cover.
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Eventually there is this downward bend in the road around a blind corner.
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This helps eliminate blind spots and assist with merging with traffic from a slip road.
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I was talking to one during a halfway pit stop and he was saying how he usually readily turns a blind eye to most of us who do spirited but sensible blasts up and down Putty Road.
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I try to do it on roads where I can see where I'm going not around blind corners haha.
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That coupled with the reduced amount of a blind spot I have gives me much more visibility over the road.
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Shyamanalmalnamamnnn but in The Village when the blind chick leaves the "area" and out onto the road.
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It's like how we can't take away a near blind 90 year old's license despite them being a danger to themselves/others on the road.
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If driving in blind conditions on snow covered roads won't get people to slow down, will a person screaming and yelling and running with flares be any different?
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The autobahn would never have blind corners like that or roads like that.
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"Highways" are poorly maintained, narrow two-lane roads, people drive over 120km/hour and pass on blind curves, cars share the road with donkey carts, and stray dogs often wander across your path.
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It doesn't matter if there's no one on the road, if you don't check your blind spot before switching lanes, you will hit someone.
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So now your BMW can blind pedestrians walking along side of the roads at night with laser beams?
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