Motorists to get in gear
THERE was a time when smoking was seen as fashionable and socially acceptable. Now we know different.
Now, in much the same way our problem is drivers who have no regard for the needs, health and well-being of others. In his letter, ‘Motorists harassed’, (M.E.N. Viewpoints, April 6) Robert Howard asks, ‘Is harassing motorists in this way justified?’
Absolutely! With far too many inconsiderate and thoughtless drivers – parking on pavements to obstruct the blind; parking on yellow lines to obstruct buses, HGV’s and cyclists; parking in cycle lanes and too close to junctions so that other drivers block the road – the list is endless. Name and Address supplied