The yellow peril One better than the Irish version, the Fifeshire rules indicate that you can’t park there at all, at all, at all. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Author: janus I'm back......and front - in sunny Sussex-by-the-sea View all posts by janus
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I’m sure the Chinese could find a few ways to park!
Apropos of which, my last trips to Shanghai were 20 years ago. As far as I could see they had no traffic rules at all, such that a newly finished highway was hampered by coolie carts and others crossing it with no eye for motor traffic at all, presumably passing from A to B as and where they always had. No doubt it has changed but multiple yellow lines are an unlikely development.
Do you think there is a special qualification required to get a job with the line painters?
Like an IQ of under 80?
It’s probably like an army job. If there’s no rule, there’s chaos.
I’m think I’m beginning to understand why the Scots had problems with the Edinburgh tram way.