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Cape limit: JC Smit

2012-09-05 08:51
Can't help but feel that this is just a money making scheme... Speeding isn't the problem, there are a lot of bigger issues. People with licenses that can't drive, either because they bought it or because our testing doesn't teach drivers real-world knowledge regarding driving.

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Cars driving around that isn't road-worthy, drunk drivers and pedestriants, basic knowledge and commin-sense around and on our roads... Sometimes I drive and think to myself why did they even bother making sidewalks, people just walk in the roads with the backs towards traffic.

Decreasing the speed-limit isn't the answer, it comes to education once again.

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