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# 252860 14-Jul-2019 14:06
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I have noticed extra panelling being added below road edge safety rails in northern Hawkes Bay - anyone know what they are for?

 

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  # 2276331 14-Jul-2019 14:18
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More better safety. Such resilient. So impact.


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  # 2276333 14-Jul-2019 14:25
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So the wheels hit and car "slides" along barrier, rather than direct body impact. ??




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  # 2276340 14-Jul-2019 14:52
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I'm pretty sure they are for the protection of motorcyclists.


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  # 2276372 14-Jul-2019 16:17
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Stop motorcyclists coming to a sudden and fatal stop wrapped around one of the support posts. 





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