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Driving safety: You can't fix stupid

Comments re article 74580 Writer says drivers haven't learned even after tragedy

By Betsy Fausnaugh

Trish, As the saying goes, you can't fix stupid!

Unfortunately, a lot of the younger drivers have this feeling of invincibility and immortality.

I too have a young driver and try to teach life lessons when we are in a vehicle together.



To be honest it scares the bejebbers out of me. I live on a creek that floods and goes over the bridge, yet time and again folks take the risk of driving across it when it is submerged.

They don't even think that possibly the bridge itself is gone, under all that water. They think they are invincible in their 4-wheel drive trucks, it makes me hold my breath and shudder, each time I watch them from my home.

But again, I can't fix stupid, all I can do is be ready to dial 911! --Betsy Fausnaugh


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