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Bikers warned of TT course dangers

Thu, 21 Apr 2011

Left to right: Chief Vehicle examiner Mark Pattison, Inspector Mark Britton from the Roads Policing Unit, Infrastructure Minister Phil Gawne MHK, DoI Ops Superintendant Andrew Cunningham and Road Safety Manager Gordon Edwards
Left to right: Chief Vehicle examiner Mark Pattison, Inspector Mark Britton from the Roads Policing Unit, Infrastructure Minister Phil Gawne MHK, DoI Ops Superintendant Andrew Cunningham and Road Safety Manager Gordon Edwards

Bikers are being warned of the dangers of the Mountain Course in the run up to this year's TT.

 

The Roads Policing Unit and the Department of Infrastructure are looking to reduce the number of serious crashes in the weeks before the races.

 

Police will be watching for careless driving, particularly over the Mountain Road, whilst vehicle examiners will be at the Grandstand to ensure motorcycles are safe to be on the road.

 

The latest campaign will run over the Easter and May bank holidays, focusing on preventing accidents, rather than having to punish those who take risks

 

Inspector Mark Britton from the Roads Policing Unit hopes riders listen to the advice [play clip]

 


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