Maybe it would make a greater impression on American drivers if our wrecks were not so quickly and professionally cleaned up, and perhaps left purposely along the road to serve as a reminder to not drink and drive, or text and drive, or speed, or whatever. With the way some careless Americans can't stay off their smart phones while behind the steering wheel, I'm glad that self-driving cars are being developed for them. For myself, I prefer to drive, because I take the responsibility seriously.
Sunday, January 8, 2017
It was a beautiful sunny afternoon as I quietly walked along the roadway in front of our playing field. Suddenly in the distance, I noticed the wheel of a vehicle lying on it side, with only that top rear wheel visible from my vantage point. Assuming that a wreck had recently occurred, I ran to the beach area where the vehicle had toppled over after missing the uphill turn. Somebody might need help!