RULES CAUS­ING RAGE

Herald Sun - Motoring - - Letters -

I HAVE re­sisted the urge to email you be­cause I find it too frus­trat­ing to com­ment on cur­rent road rules.

We have been taught to keep to the left un­less pass­ing, yet I still en­counter driv­ers who feel they own the right lane.

So what if we drive a kay or two over the limit? Some­times it helps you get out of trou­ble.

The law should be flex­i­ble. We are only hu­man, not ma­chines who stay ex­actly on the speed limit.

Road rage is frus­tra­tion with the sys­tem, and we are still gov­erned by peo­ple who think that speed kills.

If we all did a de­fen­sive driv­ing course as part of ob­tain­ing a li­cence then we’d be head­ing in the right di­rec­tion. Adrian Lamb

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