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January 3, 2012

Some thoughts on driving in 2012

Shawn Burns

Turn signals are included in vehicles for a simple reason – Safety. Use them. If you are too lazy or are physically unable to move the little handle up or down on the steering column to let drivers around you know when you are planning to turn, you shouldn’t be on the road.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All of the issues covered in this column, should have been addressed prior to people being issued a license to drive. Make a resolution in 2012 to follow the basic rules of the road and use common sense.

 

Remember that you – and wherever you are going – are not that important and the world does not revolve around you. Also make a resolution to slow down and stop being an idiot this year.

 

s72burns@gmail.com

 



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