I've just been looking through the list of stock commentary phrases that was posted by crr003. The thread can be found here:http://www.advanced-driving.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=2921
Most of them are straightforward enough, but could anyone clarify these three:
1) "Taking a 50/50 position to split the danger." This is in a section headed positioning; it is not in the bend section. A less assertive position for a bend? Or possibly straddling two lanes to block out another road user?
2) “Roadworks, looking for ATS, stationary traffic and highway engineers!” What does ATS mean? I'd hazard a guess that TS is traffic signs.
3) “There’s a sterile area to the nearside of the one in front, moving into contact to encourage them over.” In this case, does sterile simply mean empty?