Comment 119475

By StephenBarath (registered) | Posted June 20, 2016 at 11:07:58 in reply to Comment 119453

I’m actually curious about the answer to this question. The author stopped to apologize, but that’s a rarity: usually following a near-miss, the best one gets is an apologetic wave before the motorist speeds off. In this case, we have someone who is distracted by fatigue- if he hadn’t stopped, what should that woman have done, knowing that he could easily have proceeded to kill someone a few intersections hence? Shouldn’t she call?

As an aside, in Hamilton there is an aggressive driving hotline, but I’ve gotten the impression it is aimed at motorists squealing on each other. And, in a case like this, the police probably would not consider this person to be driving aggressively.

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