Re: Speeding 100-year-old attracts national attention (News, Mar. 21)
It is disturbing that the 100-year-old driver caught speeding in the school zone was not ticketed.
We’re hearing more stories of seniors having crashes (such as the 82-year-old driver at the Victoria Airport that killed one man and injured seven others) that clearly show that these senior drivers have lost the ability to operate a vehicle safely.
To continue to drive is irresponsible and, in my opinion, as dangerous as an impaired driver.
Maybe it’s time that seniors should have to drive with a decal similar to L and N to alert the rest of us to beware.