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Posted on 10 Jan 2017 6:57 pm
Having seen the video I think that something more important was missed.
That is that the Minister was only a passenger in the car that opened his door unwisely. I was under the impression that the driver is responsible for the car and its passengers and therefore wonder why the Driver did not feel obliged to obtain the details on behalf of himself and his errant passenger.
I also wonder if the minister would like to now lead a safety awareness campaign about checking before opening car doors. Perhaps such a campaign would also encourage the public into adopting the Dutch method of open car doors. Apparently this method involves using the hand furthest from the door so that your body is better positioned to see what is behind you as you open it.
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