I’m a barrister.
I’m also a cyclist, and I know that if I don’t take responsibility for my behaviour, I’m going to be put in a position where I have to change that behaviour, which I do, and so I’m very careful.
If you look at a lot of domestic violence cases, there’s a huge gap between what the victims say, and what the court actually does.
The courts have a duty to investigate.
But they don’t do it very often.
So what do I do?
First of all, I want to make sure that I’m as safe as possible, because when you’re driving, you’re going to put yourself in a dangerous position.
I’ve been involved in a car accident, and it’s pretty traumatic.
I got out of the car and hit a wall, and there’s lots of blood all over the floor, and the car’s flipped.
I can see all the blood.
The accident was very hard for me, and very emotional.
So I’m really, really careful.
But I’m not going to stop because I’m afraid of being charged, because there’s so many factors at play.
But in general, I think it’s a good idea to get into a bike helmet, and that’s a really good idea.
I do it because I don,t want to cause an accident, but I also don’t want to be injured, and people are hurt, so I need to be careful.
So, if I’m in a bike accident, or if I hit a car, I need my head to be straight and my arms to be above my head, because then I’ll be going in a vulnerable position.
And it’s not the fault of the person driving, it’s the fault that I didn’t look, I didn´t look at my mirrors.
I need a bike to ride with me.
And that´s important, because if I get hurt or if somebody is hurt, that’s going to affect the family, because it’s my fault.
I don´t want them to go through this cycle, and this cycle is the reason why they are in the hospital.
But there is a lot to do, it´s a cycle of injuries.
So that´ll be my next priority.
I want people to understand that.
And so, I try to be as professional as possible.
But it´ll take a lot more time, but if you can be as respectful as you can, it will help.
I´m going to continue to do that.