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It's the drivers, not the roads

Your recent story on the worst intersections implies there is something amiss with signage or visibility on our roads, maybe even posted speed limits.

Anyone with a modicum of driving experience in this town knows there are more accidents in Kelowna because of the driving habits here.

When drivers feel it is optional to obey traffic lights, there are always accidents.

How many readers have been stationary at a red light and a car has whizzed past, totally ignoring the rules of the road? Or perhaps they have slowed to obey the sign, and the car beside has suddenly sped up so it can beat the light?

Until these dangerous habits change, we will continue to have the dubious honour of having the “worst intersections.”

Pam Cross, Kelowna



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