Driving: It’s not for the faint hearted

by Sherry Riter in Safety


Driving is a privilege.

This may take a minute to load because it did for me, but it is well worth watching and showing to your children. I think it should be required watching for everyone.

If you break the law by running red lights on purpose, you should have your license revoked. If that happens, you would have to get a comfy pair of sneakers for the very long walks to each of your destinations.

walk in your comfy sneakers
Image: source

Don’t speed or run red lights. Someone’s life may depend on your obedience to the law.

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1 teresawilkinson April 27, 2010 at 9:09 pm

Me wonders if my blood highway comment encouraged that post. Inspiration by The View from my Camera on Blogntweet


2 Lori April 27, 2010 at 9:39 pm

Thanks you for posting. I showed my oldest who just started driving, he said they showed a very similar video in driving class last year but the people driving were actully interviewed and the excused they gave were so lame. Totally agree with you…driving is a


3 Jamie April 28, 2010 at 12:56 am

You are so right, currently in my town, we just got a red light camera car. It's a little SUV that sits and watches for speeders, and individuals that run red lights. I think it is such a great investment, and I am happy that our city purchased it. It was quite disheartening to hear all the negative comments people had about them, or others who openly admitted to running red lights, stop signs and other things. They think that accidents only happen to people who "aren't paying attention" They are so stupid to even think that way.


4 fredamans April 28, 2010 at 5:06 pm

I LOVE that 1st shot! So creative! Well done!


5 Sofia Reino April 28, 2010 at 6:37 pm

What I love about reading your blog are variety of postings you add. From the seriousness of such, amazing recipes, to the fun of other postings. Keep it up. I love it and for such I have a little award for awaiting you in my blog!


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