Driving is no longer fun
RE: Accidents on the RHVP
I am writing in regard to Red Hill crashes. I have been a long distance transport driver for about 45 years having travelled through out eastern Canada and U.S. I have seen a lot of accidents.
It is being said that RHVP is slippery when wet — what road isn’t? In my opinion, there are no killer roads. All the lighting in the world on highways is not going to help. Yes, there are some weather factors beyond our control or mechanical problems but 90 per cent of accidents are caused by speed, distracted drivers, alcohol and drugs. Until these people get the message there will always be accidents. Driving is a privilege and used to be fun but not anymore. Don Mason, Stoney Creek