Breakdown of law and order

comments     KJ John     Published     Updated

Today, many motorcyclists beat the red light without consideration for law and order. One could of course consider this to be entrepreneurial (risk-based) riding; but then it must be made legal and public policy for all motorcyclists.

They must then be told it is acceptable for them to take such risks and if all other motorists do not mind this initiative.

But, my greater concern is that such a violation happens almost at every light, every day, and every time.

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