♣ ♣ ♣ ♣ ♣ ♣ ♣ ♣ ♣ ♣
Imagine you’re listening to the radio one day and the discussion is on government funding and community education about road fatality and driver education.
A woman is invited to speak. You catch her name as Peryl Clawy. She’s president of The Australian Road Safety Network. Impressive. She claims to be for “informed choice” on your safety as a driver. Her only aim is to educate drivers about driving skill so they can choose what’s best for them and their family. She wants to present both sides of the argument. Sounds great. You pay more attention.
The announcer asks her about the condition of roads and of railway crossings, during peak periods. There’s been a report linking speed, poor road maintenance and traffic jams to accidents on the open road and at crossings. It’s been suggested licencing…
View original post 1,288 more words