Where a car towing a horse box and a motorcycle travelling in the opposite direction had collided on a bend in a narrow lane, a decision by the car driver to accelerate in order to pull over on to the nearside grass verge to give the motorcyclist more room was one of a number of apparently reasonable choices, such that the car driver had no liability in negligence for personal injury suffered by the motorcyclist.

[2005] EWHC 2555 (QB)

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