Sunday, December 18, 2016

Our Indiscipline On Our Roads Is Reflective Of The Kind Of People We Have Become

One dies in accident, Coarl Harbour - File photo

By Jerry Roker
For Bahamas Press

Reckless behaviour on our roads is nothing new and, despite just about every type of road safety campaign devised to encourage more responsible attitudes, it is quite apparent that something far more dramatic needs to be done to halt the epidemic of irresponsible motorists who flaunt basic traffic rules every day.

Whether it is the pressure of modern day living that is helping to create an upsurge of agressive, hostile behaviour on our roads will probably need psychological expertise to pinpoint. But whatever is causing some motorists to totally disregard their safety, and that of others, cannot be allowed to continue, as this could result in damage to our reputation as a safe holiday resort. Read more >>

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