Seems like more drivers concentrating on their phone, radio, or rear view mirror than driving now days. Comes down to a lack of respect and responsibility of operating a motor vehicle regardless of number of wheels. The rules are there but people choose not to. Follow them. I seen a handout the other day given to contractors with their one day pass and the first line said "all drivers are required to stop at red traffic signals and stop signs". Seriously? I'm thinking there must be a problem if this is line 1 on a hand out and it ain't the peculiar rules of the base.
Distractions are distractions. That's the bottom line. Virginia's no text law went to primary Monday so now you can get pulled over for texting, fb and twitter updates BUT stoll use the phone for calls, adress book, GPS, and even taking pictures of yourself driving for updating Facebook when you get to a red light because you can still text and Fb there. Lol
I'm all for the intent of the thread but think the problem is way bigger and try to make my point heard when I can. Good post and I'm adding that signature line to my emails too.
Safe ridin all
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