RE: Sorley Green Cross by M Hembrough - written 04/07/2010 11:03:30
Whilst professing no expertise on the subject I think low speed is best. That way anyone pulling out of the junction at least has the chance of seeing your approach and taking avoiding action and the consequences of a collision may be less severe. The trick I think is to be highly visible. I would recommend an orange or yellow car adorned with an England flag or two.



John Graham wrote (26/06/2010 09:47:47):

I am looking for expert opinion as to whether, when driving southwards or northwards over Sorley Green Cross, one should aim to do it at a high or a low speed.

A car travelling fast obviously presents less of a target and so is less likely to be hit by east-west crossers. But a car travelling slowly, if its way is blocked by an east-west crosser, may be able to brake in time.

Can anyone offer a scientific calculation showing which is the safer option?

John Graham


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