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A Midlands / West Country Adventure

A Midlands / West Country Adventure

277 miles, mostly motorways but with an honourable mention for the A38. Burton on Trent – Bristol – Walthamstow Nothing hugely exciting, although the M42 ATM scheme is shown in full and the weather turns nasty on the M25 at night – interesting the difference to driving conditions is when you move to an old […]

Britain’s Roads – Chaos at Rush Hour

Britain’s Roads – Chaos at Rush Hour

This was originally going to be a nice, simple tour of the M25 for a full orbit. Everyone has to do it once, right? (I’ve done it far too many times, but I’m an outlier in that regard!) What actually happened was traffic chaos – the typical rush hour go-slow at the Dartford Crossing / […]

SABRE Away Day – Milton Keynes

SABRE Away Day – Milton Keynes

If you’ve spent any time with me you’ll have probably heard me discuss SABRE ( The Society for All British and Irish Road Enthusiasts - http://www.sabre-roads.org.uk ) and my love of all things roads, transport and travel related. Well, I’ve been meaning to get myself along to an away day (quite literally a day spent with fellow […]

London – Uttoxeter : Nighttime Dashcam!

London – Uttoxeter : Nighttime Dashcam!

Another test upload – this time a trip from London to Uttoxeter – at night! Slightly different shooting at night – one thing I’ve noticed is that the dash is reflected in the windscreen and this is turn is picked up by the camera. A reasonably decent piece of footage and for something I threw […]

London – Lancaster : Dashcam Test!

London – Lancaster : Dashcam Test!

My very first attempt at combining my two favourite things in the world: technology and driving. So, this is my road trip in the last week of January from London to Lancaster. Bonus points are awarded for spotting the Police and VOSA cars hiding on the side of the motorways, and one unlucky chap who […]