To the Editor,
Re: Drivers aren’t paying attention to pedestrians, Letters, Nov. 8.
I do agree with the letter writer on so very many points. Drivers must make themselves more responsible for their part in sharing the road.
I know about drivers that believe their two split seconds are more important than yours. About them riding your bumper, in the slow lane. About them honking their silly horns because they can’t see what you can, like a pedestrian crossing at the wrong place, a deer, skateboarders or cyclists that think they’re bulletproof.
I have come so close to hitting people walking their dogs, on a black, wet, night with everyone wearing dark clothes and suddenly deciding to cross right in front of me.
Let’s just all agree to share the road. It really is big enough for all.