Author Topic: Jose Antonio Reyes - 1983-2019  (Read 1568 times)

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Offline Bimpy474

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Re: Jose Antonio Reyes - 1983-2019
« Reply #50 on: Thursday 6 June 2019, 11:48:01 pm »
Apparently he was driving at twice the speed limit.

Why are people so daft? Sorry for him and the family.
237kph in a car he hadn't used for a while which had incorrect tyre pressures (which cause the tyre to blow out) with 2 family members in the car who also died.

Dick.

You never driven over the speed limit?
Not 2.3 times over it in an unmaintained car, no.

Lock the thread.

Why? Ah, the ol' "don't speak ill of the dead" BS, right?

Way to not answer the question, i trust you check your tyre pressure before every journey aswell.

Would the car not have told Reyes the pressures, even the laziest runabouts now have tyre pressure warnings flash up. I have Kia Sportage and a mile from the start of any journey i can check the pressures in all my tryes from the dashboard, and if i don't and there's a tyre not inflated properly i will get a audible and dashboard warning light.

Offline ED209

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Re: Jose Antonio Reyes - 1983-2019
« Reply #51 on: Thursday 6 June 2019, 11:51:57 pm »
Apparently he was driving at twice the speed limit.

Why are people so daft? Sorry for him and the family.
237kph in a car he hadn't used for a while which had incorrect tyre pressures (which cause the tyre to blow out) with 2 family members in the car who also died.

Dick.

You never driven over the speed limit?
Not 2.3 times over it in an unmaintained car, no.

Lock the thread.

Why? Ah, the ol' "don't speak ill of the dead" BS, right?

Way to not answer the question, i trust you check your tyre pressure before every journey aswell.

Would the car not have told Reyes the pressures, even the laziest runabouts now have tyre pressure warnings flash up. I have Kia Sportage and a mile from the start of any journey i can check the pressures in all my tryes from the dashboard, and if i don't and there's a tyre not inflated properly i will get a audible and dashboard warning light.

Probably, maybe he ignored the warning?

Sad that people died but looks like he was being rather wreckless.
In the end what you remember are not the words of your enemies but the silence of your friends.

Offline ToonArmy1892

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Re: Jose Antonio Reyes - 1983-2019
« Reply #52 on: Thursday 6 June 2019, 11:54:15 pm »
Apparently he was driving at twice the speed limit.

Why are people so daft? Sorry for him and the family.
237kph in a car he hadn't used for a while which had incorrect tyre pressures (which cause the tyre to blow out) with 2 family members in the car who also died.

Dick.

You never driven over the speed limit?
Not 2.3 times over it in an unmaintained car, no.

Lock the thread.

Why? Ah, the ol' "don't speak ill of the dead" BS, right?

Way to not answer the question, i trust you check your tyre pressure before every journey aswell.

Would the car not have told Reyes the pressures, even the laziest runabouts now have tyre pressure warnings flash up. I have Kia Sportage and a mile from the start of any journey i can check the pressures in all my tryes from the dashboard, and if i don't and there's a tyre not inflated properly i will get a audible and dashboard warning light.

Dunna, i've only got a ford fiesta (been a great motor for me like)

Offline Bimpy474

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Re: Jose Antonio Reyes - 1983-2019
« Reply #53 on: Thursday 6 June 2019, 11:59:30 pm »
Apparently he was driving at twice the speed limit.

Why are people so daft? Sorry for him and the family.
237kph in a car he hadn't used for a while which had incorrect tyre pressures (which cause the tyre to blow out) with 2 family members in the car who also died.

Dick.

You never driven over the speed limit?
Not 2.3 times over it in an unmaintained car, no.

Lock the thread.

Why? Ah, the ol' "don't speak ill of the dead" BS, right?

Way to not answer the question, i trust you check your tyre pressure before every journey aswell.

Would the car not have told Reyes the pressures, even the laziest runabouts now have tyre pressure warnings flash up. I have Kia Sportage and a mile from the start of any journey i can check the pressures in all my tryes from the dashboard, and if i don't and there's a tyre not inflated properly i will get a audible and dashboard warning light.

Dunna, i've only got a ford fiesta (been a great motor for me like)

Think new safety directives on most new cars, if you're lucky to get one like obviously.

Like Fiesta's me, always thought they were good runarounds.

Offline Bimpy474

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Re: Jose Antonio Reyes - 1983-2019
« Reply #54 on: Friday 7 June 2019, 12:00:35 am »
Apparently he was driving at twice the speed limit.

Why are people so daft? Sorry for him and the family.
237kph in a car he hadn't used for a while which had incorrect tyre pressures (which cause the tyre to blow out) with 2 family members in the car who also died.

Dick.

You never driven over the speed limit?
Not 2.3 times over it in an unmaintained car, no.

Lock the thread.

Why? Ah, the ol' "don't speak ill of the dead" BS, right?

Way to not answer the question, i trust you check your tyre pressure before every journey aswell.

Would the car not have told Reyes the pressures, even the laziest runabouts now have tyre pressure warnings flash up. I have Kia Sportage and a mile from the start of any journey i can check the pressures in all my tryes from the dashboard, and if i don't and there's a tyre not inflated properly i will get a audible and dashboard warning light.

Probably, maybe he ignored the warning?

Sad that people died but looks like he was being rather wreckless.

It is very sad especially with such little kids missing their Dad from now on, reckless aye, such a shame.

Offline ToonArmy1892

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Re: Jose Antonio Reyes - 1983-2019
« Reply #55 on: Friday 7 June 2019, 12:49:12 am »
Apparently he was driving at twice the speed limit.

Why are people so daft? Sorry for him and the family.
237kph in a car he hadn't used for a while which had incorrect tyre pressures (which cause the tyre to blow out) with 2 family members in the car who also died.

Dick.

You never driven over the speed limit?
Not 2.3 times over it in an unmaintained car, no.

Lock the thread.

Why? Ah, the ol' "don't speak ill of the dead" BS, right?

Way to not answer the question, i trust you check your tyre pressure before every journey aswell.

Would the car not have told Reyes the pressures, even the laziest runabouts now have tyre pressure warnings flash up. I have Kia Sportage and a mile from the start of any journey i can check the pressures in all my tryes from the dashboard, and if i don't and there's a tyre not inflated properly i will get a audible and dashboard warning light.

Dunna, i've only got a ford fiesta (been a great motor for me like)

Think new safety directives on most new cars, if you're lucky to get one like obviously.

Like Fiesta's me, always thought they were good runarounds.

Had it about 10 years, barely been a problem with it apart from the exhaust falling off once.