Go after the registered keeper/owner. They've a legal obligation to name the driver at the time.I've had a text off the PC who attended, saying they were in a pursuit of a Silver Focus on Thursday, and 2 males were arrested for various offences. Car wasn't insured and can't prove who was driving as it's driven by several people. They're waiting on the footage from dash cams.
I'm gonna try and find out more on Monday when the RTC team is open.
What Drago said, it’s rife with such scumbags round Bradford, awful place to drive round, it’s not if you get hit, it’s whenThat'll likely be a "pool car". Unregistered and used by sheet bags for the commission of crime until it becomes too hot, then they'll discard it and get another 50 quid snotter, buy it with fake details and fail to register it.
Carl mate, this is sh|te news - hope you're back on two wheels sooner rather than later. Left for dead in the road? What an absolutely walloper. Happened to a cyclist across the river from (Fife) two weeks ago; hit and run, chap received massive head injuries and died in hospital.Well, it was a good run. 10 years of cycling 25-30 miles most days, and only a couple of spills, both when the tyres gave way, and both relatively minor......until yesterday.
Why 70, let's make it an annual money making exercise, sorry but I see no logic in 70, my kids could drive cars when they were 12, they were better drivers when they passed their test then some drivers will ever be in their whole lives.When motorists turn 70 they should take a re test to pass or lose their license.