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Hitchcock had it right making a film called Rear Window. Those unassuming glass panels offer a gateway to a world of wonder and intrigue, and the miles simply fly past. Even while driving to advanced standards (and maintaining at least the recommended distance between yourself and the car in front!) it is still possible to be amazed by the contents of the rear parcel shelf of the vehicle in front or alongside.
Those last three winters were bad weren’t they? And there’s no reason to think that this one will be any different.
We all want a white Christmas and the kids will be longing for a snow-closed school.
And driving? Snow problem.
As the Conservative party meet in Manchester for their annual conference, road safety charity IAM (Institute of Advanced Motorists) is calling on the party to publish their much promised Green Paper on new drivers as soon as possible.
It’s Sunday morning, nice and early. Having gone to bed late cramming in as much re-reading of the Highway code as I could and falling asleep with the book on my face, I met up with my examiner Gerry Byrne in a car park in Wakefield.