Research Invitation Declined

Introduction: Road crashes are as a result of two mistakes made by British Government in allowing the use of dual controls in tuition cars in 1900 and the incorrect Transport Research Laboratory TRL designed stopping formula in Highway Code introduced by Parliament on 31 07 1946. TRL added a further 4 stopping formulas by 2019 and provided the Garda Commissioner Drew Harris and his Deputy John Twomey with stopping formulas which differ when stopping from 120 km/h by 1.52 seconds 51 metres. Responses to my research discovery were as follows: Europe Direct Contact Centre EDCC 22 08 2019 @ 10:45, in an unsigned email, reference No. 101000507220; “Further to your enquiry, if you want your voice to be heard we encourage you to consult the platforms available for citizen engagement in the European Union process. Please consult the following links: • Online Citizens' Consultation: - Give your opinion on the REFIT platform: - subscribe to Sinapse Portal of the European Commission, where you can exchange your point of view on the EU policy topics: - European Citizen’s Initiative: - Public consultation: - Petition to a Member of the European Parliament - Citizens' Dialogues Meetings More information on contributing to the drafting of the legislation can be found here Finally, for further information on EU Policies on Road Safety please consult the following link: We hope you find this information useful. Please contact us again if you have other questions about the European Union, its activities or institutions.” • This is a matter for Violetta Bulc the European Transport Commissioner. 22 08 2019, Simon Harris Minister for Health responded: “As this matter does not fall under the remit of the Department of Health and would be more appropriate to the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport , I would suggest that you direct your correspondence to the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport , at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., for their consideration.” • Minister Harris is mistaken as 150 road users die annually with 30,000 injuries.