THE EDITOR, Sir:
I have told the authorities a thousand times what they should do with reckless, presumptuous, ill-mannered, stubborn drivers, but they refuse to listen.
Many 'hard-ears' motorists are deliberately driving carelessly on the streets of Jamaica, thus causing wide-scale carnage and mourning, as seen earlier this week in Chudleigh, Manchester.
I am calling on the Government to get very, very tough on these barefaced drivers. When they are caught, driving at killer speeds, they should be locked up. At least one driver in the Chudleigh crash which claimed the lives of four Holmwood Technical students reportedly had scores of outstanding traffic tickets.
Don't ignore my advice, or more people will die senselessly.
I am also appealing to schoolchildren not to yield to the appeal of buses that are notorious for playing nasty music; because, if the busmen respected kids, they wouldn't be playing rubbish.
Donald J. McKoy