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If you have to drive in NZ “expect the unexpected”

Posted by te2ataria on January 9, 2016

NEWS BLACKOUT in New Zealand: DAY 23

“Words of wisdom” by Canterbury policeman

“It may not be your mistake that causes a crash, so drive defensively and expect the unexpected, particularly near intersections in rural areas.”

Traditionally, there’s a significant increase in crash rates on State Highway 7, State Highway 73, and State Highway 1 during December and January, said acting Canterbury police district road policing manager Inspector Ash Tabb.

The provisional Canterbury road toll for 2015 was 46, over 24 per cent higher than the 2014 road toll of 37. There was also a 22 per cent increase in the total number of crashes during December 2015 compared to December 2014.

“Unfortunately, while we see a number of serious crashes in the Christchurch Metro area, the majority are in rural or semi-rural areas in Selwyn, North Canterbury, and Mid-South Canterbury.”

“It may not be your mistake that causes a crash, so drive defensively and expect the unexpected, particularly near intersections in rural areas.”

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