Stupid remarks abound on this site from different people. Some people can only learn the hard way, but that's not my fault. They need a rude awakening. Did Calamari ask himself whether or not polution would occur if the engine was running in a stationary position, whether there was anyone in the car or not. Write 1000 lines, "I must not leave my engine running whilst stationary".
@DEEDOODLE Well said.
Nothing changes on this site, no wonder the site has done a nose dive, Everyone has a right to express their own opinion's on this site, but without the need for the typical backlash that so often ensues.....now wait for it.
@majorp Is the any need to be rude ? I really do apologise to you for asking a simple question. Shame you had to be incredibly rude in your answer.
Exeter City Council have within there plan for improving air quality proposals to start fining drivers who dont switch of there engines when stationary in traffic jams.
Calamari, What a stupid question. if the engine is running and you are going nowhere, you are creating polutution whether there is anyone in the vehicle or not.
it is an offence to remain stationary with your engine running Doesn't that apply only if you are not in the vehicle?
And I wish drivers would switch off their engines whilst stationary, after all, it is an offence to remain stationary with your engine running. £20 fine rising to £40 if not paid within a time frame. Air polution is as big a problem as is plastic waste.
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