Car ends up on roof after crash on Stinsford Road

Bournemouth Echo: Picture by Sarah Watson Picture by Sarah Watson

A CAR has ended up on its roof after crashing in Poole.

A Dorset Police spokesman said a Nissan Micra owned by a Bournemouth man overturned at 1pm on Stinsford Road.

She said nobody is believed to have been injured or trapped but the council has been called to clean oil from the road and recovery has been arranged for the vehicle.

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4:52pm Tue 17 Dec 13

John T says...

The driver must have been in too much of a hurry to get his car to the Council tip.
The driver must have been in too much of a hurry to get his car to the Council tip. John T

5:05pm Tue 17 Dec 13

LordLilliput says...

'A spokesman..' 'She said..'

This is not difficult stuff!
'A spokesman..' 'She said..' This is not difficult stuff! LordLilliput

6:07pm Tue 17 Dec 13

Huey says...

More quality driving on the streets of Dorset.
I reckon everyone in the county should be retested.
I would happily resit if it meant getting rid of pathetically poor driving standards exhibited by sooooo many.
More quality driving on the streets of Dorset. I reckon everyone in the county should be retested. I would happily resit if it meant getting rid of pathetically poor driving standards exhibited by sooooo many. Huey

6:14pm Tue 17 Dec 13

retry69 says...

Huey wrote:
More quality driving on the streets of Dorset.
I reckon everyone in the county should be retested.
I would happily resit if it meant getting rid of pathetically poor driving standards exhibited by sooooo many.
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7:29pm Tue 17 Dec 13

dorsetspeed says...

retry, are you a driving instructor by any chance? It's easy to pass a test. most problems are caused by bad attitude, impatience, aggression, distraction, etc. Those things don't usually come out when someone is sitting next to an examiner. What we need is proper policing.
retry, are you a driving instructor by any chance? It's easy to pass a test. most problems are caused by bad attitude, impatience, aggression, distraction, etc. Those things don't usually come out when someone is sitting next to an examiner. What we need is proper policing. dorsetspeed

7:48pm Tue 17 Dec 13

retry69 says...

dorsetspeed wrote:
retry, are you a driving instructor by any chance? It's easy to pass a test. most problems are caused by bad attitude, impatience, aggression, distraction, etc. Those things don't usually come out when someone is sitting next to an examiner. What we need is proper policing.
You missed bad habits that get engraved into the minds of motorists who have been driving longer than some road signs have been in use,hence they do not understand roundabouts,junction
s,cycle lanes etc etc. Continually blaming the police,weather,firew
orks,low flying aircraft for the lack of driving ability on our roads is nearly as tiresome as me on about re-tests.Re-testing the over 50s (that's people that may have been driving 30+ years without any re-assessment in their ability either mentally or physically)in my opinion would greatly reduce the number of motorists on our roads and the snowball effect would benefit the pressure on our emergency services and the like.I am not a driving instructor but thanks for asking ? :)
[quote][p][bold]dorsetspeed[/bold] wrote: retry, are you a driving instructor by any chance? It's easy to pass a test. most problems are caused by bad attitude, impatience, aggression, distraction, etc. Those things don't usually come out when someone is sitting next to an examiner. What we need is proper policing.[/p][/quote]You missed bad habits that get engraved into the minds of motorists who have been driving longer than some road signs have been in use,hence they do not understand roundabouts,junction s,cycle lanes etc etc. Continually blaming the police,weather,firew orks,low flying aircraft for the lack of driving ability on our roads is nearly as tiresome as me on about re-tests.Re-testing the over 50s (that's people that may have been driving 30+ years without any re-assessment in their ability either mentally or physically)in my opinion would greatly reduce the number of motorists on our roads and the snowball effect would benefit the pressure on our emergency services and the like.I am not a driving instructor but thanks for asking ? :) retry69

9:33pm Tue 17 Dec 13

Huey says...

dorsetspeed wrote:
retry, are you a driving instructor by any chance? It's easy to pass a test. most problems are caused by bad attitude, impatience, aggression, distraction, etc. Those things don't usually come out when someone is sitting next to an examiner. What we need is proper policing.
We need both. Proper policing shouldn't even have to asked for ffs.
[quote][p][bold]dorsetspeed[/bold] wrote: retry, are you a driving instructor by any chance? It's easy to pass a test. most problems are caused by bad attitude, impatience, aggression, distraction, etc. Those things don't usually come out when someone is sitting next to an examiner. What we need is proper policing.[/p][/quote]We need both. Proper policing shouldn't even have to asked for ffs. Huey

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