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TOPIC: Criminal dangerous driving going unpunished

Criminal dangerous driving going unpunished 07 Mar 2018 14:30 #3691

Basil Clarke Basil Clarke's Avatar Topic Author Online

The opening paragraph in this week's Enfield Independent is spot on. Hedge Lane is treated as a race track by dozens or maybe hundreds of drivers a day. Just stand in Hedge Lane and watch how often the 30mph sign is lit up. These people are law breakers, criminals, yet hardly any attempt is made to stop them. We need more cameras and we need more traffic police. The cost would be more than offset by the savings made by the ambulance service and health service.

Why is dangerous driving regarded as a fact of life that can't be changed? Why do we allow the Daily Mail to block any serious attempts to stop speeding - which is a dangerous crime - with their nonsense about the "war on motorists"? If any other activity resulted in even a much smaller toll of deaths and serious injuries, there would be an outcry, public enquiries and drastic measures.

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