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DRAFT - - - DRAFT - - - DRAFT - - - DRAFT - - - DRAFT - - - DRAFT - - - DRAFT - - - DRAFT - - - Dear [INSERT MP NAME HERE] MP As a constituent who is walking, cycling and driving, could I please ask you to consider the fairness of this case? When a car driver injures a pedestrian, the burden of proof is on the pedestrian for claiming compensation. It appears, our legal system does not favour the more vulnerable. Car colliding with pedestrian or cyclist Hundreds of pedestrians and scores of cyclists get injured or killed by car drivers every year. The 2008 road casualty figures show that 332 pedestrians were killed in car/pedestrian collisions, and in car/cyclist collisions 52 cyclists were killed. In all 390 cases not one car driver was killed. Amongst pedestrians, cyclists and car drivers, it is clear that the car driver is the most likely party to inflict injury or death upon the others. Cyclist colliding with pedestrian In comparison to the 390 deaths caused by car drivers, the road accident statistics by the Department for Transport show that one pedestrian was killed in a cyclist/pedestrian collision in 2008. When comparing pedestrians and cyclists, it makes sense to conclude that the cyclist should be seen as the stronger party. It is also fair to say, that these incidents are rare. I find it very hard to understand that the burden of proof would be on the more vulnerable road user and not the one who is actually more likely to cause harm: inflicting pain and suffering through causing injury, or devastating families by causing death. Unlike drivers, pedestrians and cyclists are unlikely to have the insurance which provides both lawyers and funding to fight their case. Moreover, if they have suffered more serious injuries, they are also likely to have suffered memory loss which makes it difficult for them to provide the witness evidence necessary to convince a court of the driver’s negligence. This is reality. Many a case has dead-ended due to the absence of a reliable witness and the inflicting party simply walks away scot-free. All this does not seem to make sense to me. If you think so too, could I please ask you to get in touch with the Minister for Transport, the Minister for Road Safety and your party colleagues on the Transport Select Committee. It would be much appreciated if you could highlight to them, that we should subscribe to a more civilised system that is favouring the vulnerable. Liability should therefore be considered on a fair and proportionate basis to provide legal protection to the vulnerable road user. This could be achieved by establishing a hierarchy of care (as the Scottish Government is considering) where the burden of proof would always be on the user of the heavier vehicle (the party more likely to cause injury or death). This would show commitment of this Government to its agenda of societal and social fairness. This principle of proportionality described above is in place in all but four European countries. The UK being one of them; the other three are Ireland, Cyprus and Malta. Although the UK has one of the world’s best overall road safety records, it is nonetheless one of Europe’s poorer performers when it comes to the safety of pedestrians, cyclists and children. Looking forward to hearing from you. With kind regards [INSERT YOUR NAME OR SIGNATURE]
Harley-Davidson V-Rod
Harley-Davidson  V-Rod
General information Model:Harley-Davidson V-Rod Category:Custom / cruiser Rating:75.8 out of 100. Show full rating and compare with other bikes Safety:See our safety campaign with the high safety rated bikes in this category. Engine and transmission Displacement:1131.00 ccm (69.01 cubic inches) Engine type:V2 Stroke:4 Torque:105.00 Nm (10.7 kgf-m or 77.4 ft.lbs) @ 6600 RPM Compression:11.3:1 Bore x stroke:100.0 x 72.0 mm (3.9 x 2.8 inches) Fuel system:Injection. Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI ) Cooling system:Air Gearbox:5-speed Transmission type final drive:Belt Clutch:Multi-plate clutch with diaphragm spring in oil bath Physical measures Dry weight:275.0 kg (606.3 pounds) Seat height:660 mm (26.0 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting. Overall length:2,435 mm (95.9 inches) Ground clearance:141 mm (5.6 inches) Wheelbase:1,710 mm (67.3 inches) Chassis and dimensions Frame type:Aluminium Front tyre dimensions:120/70-ZR19 Rear tyre dimensions:180/55-ZR18 Front brakes:Double disc Front brakes diameter:292 mm (11.5 inches) Rear brakes:Single disc Rear brakes diameter:292 mm (11.5 inches) Exhaust system:Chrome dual slash-cut Speed and acceleration Other specifications Fuel capacity:14.00 litres (3.70 gallons) Color options:Vivid black, black cherry pearl, chopper blue pearl, racing orange, anodised aluminum Further information Parts and accessoriesCheck out parts and accessories from our partners. Harley-Davidson VRSCB V-Rod accessories Ask questionsJoin the 05 Harley-Davidson VRSCB V-Rod discussion group, the new Harley-Davidson forum at or the new Custom / cruiser forum at Insurance, loans, tests Check out insurance here. Search the web for dealers, loan costs, tests, customizing, etc. Related bikesList related bikes for comparison of specs

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