No excuse

RE: Report 'Road rage hits village' (November 22). Whilst I appreciate that there is more traffic using the Barrow Gurney road these days - and that can be said of all our roads - I fail to understand why road rage incidents should be attributed to volu

RE: Report 'Road rage hits village' (November 22). Whilst I appreciate that there is more traffic using the Barrow Gurney road these days - and that can be said of all our roads - I fail to understand why road rage incidents should be attributed to volume of traffic and the fact that drivers have to drive more slowly and carefully on the narrow bends through the village. It is no excuse for behaving aggressively, impatiently and with lack of restraint. Just allow more time for your journey, slow down and be patient. It is people's temperament these days that is to blame for road rage.It is also quite obvious that one can only drive as fast as the condition of the road allows- in this case probably 20mph. Ann Baxter Via e-mail


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