What are the rules for runners (i.e. pedestrians) on the road. Specifically:
If I am running along a pavement and come to a side road junction. Do cars turning into or out of the side road have to give way to me crossing the side road?
Similar situation this time without the pavement. I'm running along the road and am a road user like anyone else.
Thirdly I had a motorist rant at me for running along a country road. Said that I had to get out of the way of any car and not the other way round. Presumably I have as much right as any road user.
Fourthly is it safer to run against the traffic (like you are taught in school) or with the traffic?
Clearly I don't argue with any car (they tend to come off better in a collision than the runner), but I would like to argue with anyone who gives me abuse!