I do think that the auto and oil industry lobbied (and brainwashed) this
country to make it auto-centric and that driving is a right. Compared to
other countries, the penalties for traffic violations are very low. It is
very hard to lose a driver's license in the U.S. And that there is no
re-test over time or at a certain age is a problem.
On Fri, Oct 19, 2018 at 3:08 PM, Carson Wood <cwood@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Times are strange.
It seems the privilege to operate a motor vehicle is misinterpreted as
being a right when it is not.
The basis for not imposing tougher laws, in my opinion, stems from this
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*Subject:* [wsmac] Re: Maine Voices PPH, Oct. 19, 2018
Thanks, Dennis! I left a comment.
Here's a more direct link: https://www.pressherald.
On Fri, Oct 19, 2018 at 12:40 PM Dennis Marrotte <
Today's Portland Press Herald, Opinion Friday, Oct. 19th has a Maine
Voices Essay written by a British Fellow, David Millward.
He lives in Ogunquit. He asked a Question a few weeks ago while
participating in a Maine Gubernatorial Candidate's Debate at York HS. Three
Candidates showed up, Shawn Moody did not.
His Question : What would you do about Road Safety and What Strategies for
reducing Road Fatalities in Maine ?
Maine Voices: David Millward
"Governor candidates lack strategies for reducing Road fatalities."