Motorists in Portsmouth had a shock when they saw a blind man walking along the hard shoulder of a local motorway, it has been reported.According to Portsmouth Today, the man was seen strolling close to junction 11 of the M27 over the weekend.Police found him and took him off the motorway before drivers could become involved in an accident with him and potentially invalidate their car insurance policies.One motorist told the news source that she could not believe what she was witnessing.She said: "I was over on the other side of the road but I was so worried I pulled up and dialled 999 straight away."The observer added that he was tapping traffic cones with his "stick".In June, JournalLive reported that the British School of Motoring had teamed up with Guide Dogs for the Blind in order to allow blind people to drive to speeds of up to 90mph in specially sanctioned areas.
Sunday 31st August 2008
Citroen, Peugeot, Vauxhall and DS offering a ‘Complete Anti-Bacterial Refresh’ service to stop the spread of Coronavirus
Friday 5th June 2020
The four Group PSA manufacturers, Citroen, Peugeot, Vauxhall and DS, are offering a £99 deep cleaning service to car owners to ensure their vehicle is fully disinfected, as well as a 29-point health check to help identify problems with the roadworthiness of a car.
Monday 1st June 2020
Cumbria has one of the worst Covid-19 infection rates in England, despite being one of its most sparsely populated counties. Locals feel threatened and believe this is due to visitors flocking to the picturesque lakes after weeks of lockdown measures were partially eased last week.