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STOP BAD BEHAVIOUR: Wheels24 reader Debbi Hamer reckons moving violations could qualify as a national sport and the only way to curb SA's high road death figure is through enforcement.
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Author: Debbi Hamer
I totally agree with the sentiments of Charlie Mingus. I spend about 90 minutes in the traffic each morning and again each evening and normally witness in excess of 20 moving violations during this time.Running red lights seems to be a national sport nowadays and nobody does anything about it.MORNING RUSH HOUR CHAOSMorning rush hour is the worst as people cross over the robots while green even when there is nowhere for them to go - i.e. the traffic has backed up to the point that one is unable to cross over the intersection - and then the entire intersection is blocked with cars with people still trying to push into the queue and causing further chaos.Unroadworthy vehicles is another big problem as are the taxis that love to speed down next to the backed-up traffic between the pavement and the yellow line.Enforcement is the only way to deal with the huge number of road deaths annually and perhaps Mr Carlisle needs to spend some time sitting in the traffic to see what the real problems are.Wheels24 readers sent through some opinionated emails after the orginal Cape to slash all speed limits story, read their responses here.Read more recent responses from our readers:Cape limits: Charlie's right!WP speed limit: Easy way outCape limits: No to congestionSpeeding? It's a minor problemShare your views on the proposed bill in our Readers' Comments below or e-mail us and you could have your thoughts published on Wheels24.
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