Dangerous drivers

Dear Editor:

I’m writing about my disappointment with fellow drivers in foul weather.

On March 1 I saw blowing snow and high winds. I could count on one hand the number of drivers who actually had their headlights on. Being behind a white car in those conditions, I lost them quite a few times. If their headlights were on, then their tail lights would also have been noticeable. Without them, cars can’t be seen very well.

It’s time we made people wake up to their responsibilities as drivers. It’s a privilege to have a licence not a right.

Kathy Mason,