Letter: Make driving school mandatory for anyone who gets a ticket

August 17, 2013 

Leave Clearwater and all other roads in the Tri-Cities alone. It's not the design of the roads that cause accidents, it's the driver.

Drivers who run red lights, who speed, who follow too closely, who drink and who do not pay attention.

All of the stop lights and roundabouts (which I hate with a passion) will not stop the accidents. When drivers learn to follow the rules of the road, the accidents will stop.

The money would be bettter spent on more police and anyone who gets a ticket should be made to attend a two-week driving school.

GAYLE KRAN, Richland

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