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March 8, 2012 2:52pm
No doubt there are pieces of junk traveling down the road, and this a big problem. And, no doubt there is an increase of tractor trailers traveling the Farm to Market, and other roads in the smaller communities, but those that want to blame the trucks 100% for the increase in accidents are incorrect. My opinion is those people should have to rider with a trucker driver for a day, and see just how crazy the other people on the road are. The increased problem is most people are trying to get ahead of the tractor trailers instead of waiting a few more minutes to pull onto the highway. My point is that it's everyones responsibility to drive safely, and those that make the decision to drive recklessly are putting others in harms way too. My father is on the road 300 days of the year driving coast to coast there are good drivers out there being punished by a few bad apples, which goes many things in life. Trust me I don't take what happened this morning lightly, as this has easily been my husband if he had not been running a few minutes behind, or my good friend one street over that saw the whole thing in their rear view mirrors. There is a problem with reckless driving, but its not just on Highway 87 and its not just throw tractor trailers. We ALL at one point in our life have made a decision to not follow the traffic laws and put some else's life in harms way. So, everyone should make better choices when driving, no matter what roads you are traveling!
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