I think was was riding in a mostly safe manner, however the car gave her sufficient warning that there was a problem and she was far enough away she could have stopped. A modern sportbike can stop in some amazingly short distances, and as soon as the car locked up it's brakes she should have been on hers hard instead she rides right up to the and into the accident. Maybe she panacked and forgot to hit her brakes, maybe she was trying to go around it and forgot the first rule of accident avoidance which is never try to go around in front of a moving out of control vehicle. Whatever the reasons, I think she made some bad judgement calls in avoiding the situation (legally it still looks like there fault).quote:
Probably just testing out a helmet cam. All the rage these days you know.
I thought the girl was riding in a perfectly safe manner and some whacko obviously locks up his brakes and spins out like some kind of retard on a busy three lane highway.
The camera I don't think conveys just how crowded that road was or how close the car was that spun out....I see no way she could have avoided a collision of some sort.
It's not like she was holding the camera with her hand...it was attached to her helmet.