Thursday May 28, 2020

Let’s not rush to judgment over SUVs on our streets

The recent catastrophe in Berlin which claimed the lives of four pedestrians has redoubled scrutiny of SUVs, but that’s not the full story

15th September, 2019

You may have heard about the tragic crash that took place in Berlin last week, in which a car mounted the footpath and four pedestrians lost their lives. The precise details of the crash are, at the time of writing, still unknown, though it is believed to have been an accident rather than a deliberate act.

One detail was seized upon immediately, first by Stephan von Dassel, the district mayor of Berlin-Mitte, and then by...

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