His problem until he rolls back into me.
OK it's his insurance, will have to pay, in the long run but...
The front of my car is a LOT more delicate than the rear of his .
I am more likely to be the one that can't drive of.
An impact at that low a speed (1mph I'd imagine - and the closer you are, the shorter the distance for him to accelerate under gravity) will not make your car undriveable, it would only be cosmetic damage. For goodness sake I rammed a stag at about 90mph and the car still worked. Crumpled bonnet and wing, wheel rubbed at full lock, mirror fallen off, one headlamp destroyed, but that was it.
Sure, but it makes no sense to stop that close, makes
much more sense to stop with a bigger gap so even
if some stupid does roll back when moving off or
because they forget to keep their foot on the brake,
you just yawn and carry on regardless.
And if they have a tow bar, they can do considerable
damage. Some stupid woman drove out forward out
of a supermarket car slot without looking as I was
backing out into the same lane and my towbar
completely demolished her from bumper.
Its to let you know that the recorder has registered it so the little black
box can be removed by your insurance company and see what happened, Some air
bag actuators do this, though to be honest if one goes off you bloody well
know about it!
I guess they are not allowed to go Bing, as that would upset Microsoft..
Luckily I no longer need to try to watch such clips.
Also how many are still filmed by bystanders in portrait mode not
This newsgroup posting comes to you directly from...
What on earth are you talking about? Why do you have difficulty holding a rectangular object sideways?
And why don't you think of the result? Why would you want a stupidly shaped video that doesn't fit on a TV or computer monitor properly, and isn't the shape of your field of vision?
The problem is that with the phone in portrait mode,
your hand is behind the phone, with the back of your
hand pointing at what you are videoing, with your
fingers around the vertical sides of the phone so
you can still see the entire screen.
With the phone in landscape mode, the back of
your hand is between you and the phone so you
cant actually see the screen properly to see what
you are videoing.
That's a secondary consideration to what muscle
Because that approach allows you to see what you are videoing.
I replied to your claim that taking a picture in landscape is the same
as reading the screen in landscape. As though the fact that the picture
being the same way round is the only thing of importance.
It remains that it is difficult to take a picture in landscape compared
Like hell it is. The problem is that with the phone in
portrait mode, the back of your hand is between the
phone and what you are videoing, below the camera.
In landscape mode, the back of your hand is between
the screen and you, so you can't see the screen properly.
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