Others weigh in on the Culture of Recklessness

It's hard for anyone to turn a blind eye now to the situation on Bermuda's roads. Some bloggers have addressed things already. Yesterday two respected Bermuda Sun columnists, Tom Vesey, and Stuart Hayward, posed what I thought were excellent musings on the situation and suggestions on how the problems can be addressed.

I especially appreciate the calling out of Government for encouraging use of larger cars and trucks on the roads. I think they need to take responsibility for not encouraging safer road use. The cell phone question is such a great example. It could have been addressed, but it hasn't and I don't think it will.

What's weird is that it was seemingly so easy to change the law to allow for vanity licence plates. Yet we can't get more important changes made. Sad.

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