Fatuity rules

Curious that the blame for so-called “carpark bingles” is the driver. Any other context for such a level of incident would look at the influence of baleful design. The RAA had much to say years ago about the so-called Devil’s Elbow on the Mount Barker Road. Driver error seemed not to rate.

No it does. It wouldn’t do, I guess, to offer any criticism of fellow authorities, not least architects and the sources 0f planning permission. Only one carpark in Adelaide is well designed and it’s well over thirty years old. The rest are rubbish and reflect well the quality of contemporary architectural design in Adelaide generally. The RAA won’t be interested, nor the insurance industry. Just blame the victim. Humbug rules in South Australia.

Mind you, authorities could ban four wheel drive vehicles from supermarket and other carparks. Buckley’s!



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