jumping light

jumping light

A light in an aircraft to notify persons to jump.
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We put together a powerful dossier of evidence, spending hours counting pedestrians and the number of vehicles U-turning and jumping lights.
FLASH cars owned by Man United stars Luke Shaw and Daley Blind have been filmed blatantly jumping lights at a death crash junction.
Flash cars owned by Man United stars Daley Blind and Luke Shaw have been filmed jumping lights at a junction near the Red Devils' training ground.
My mum has a habit of phoning me on a Saturday afternoon while I'm napping' I hate cyclists jumping lights RONA DOUGALL SCOTLAND Tonight presenter Rona said: T "I'm grumpy for 365 days a year.
The main reason given for jumping lights is because it1 is safer to get ahead of other traffic (38% do this).
ASTEREOTYPICAL cyclist, Boris Johnson claimed during the London mayoral campaign, is someone with whippet-thin brown legs or dreadlocks who charges around in Lycra, jumping lights.
U-turns, jumping lights and blocking of the junction are the norm.
Tragedy feared after spate of drivers jumping lights Railway bosses fear a horrific accident after logging 20 serious incidents of drivers jumping the lights at the Deganwy Station Road level crossing last year Picture: HADYN IBALL
I can't stand children skateboarding on pavements, or cyclists jumping lights and performing speed slaloms between pedestrians, and I am offended by T-shirts with ugly Eff-off messages on them.
But if you drive a silver saloon car in the Stockton area and have a habit of jumping lights, if you hit me and I miss this 10k, your colon will get some swift acquaintance with a size 11 training shoe.
This is because of the distance between the signals and the risk of drivers jumping lights, as well as the added dangers of the level crossing.
One workmate said: "Everyone knows that box is just a camera to catch people jumping lights.