Don't eat and drive

Re: John Tosoff letter, Jan. 8 letter.

While you tried to make some good points about the snow removal report (or lack thereof) by the mayor on the CBC, I'm glad I wasn't on the same roads that you were on that day.

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I think nearly choking on your valued coffee and then choking on the delicious ham and cheese sandwich would indicate that you should either take a lunch break off the road or have an emergency response member riding in the passenger seat to ensure not only your safety but that of others in your path as well.

This comes under the heading of distracted driving and could result in a pretty hefty fine or worse.

Why add to the many terrible things happening on our roads?

Penny Bradshaw

Prince George

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