Tuesday, 23 December 2008 9:09 AM

Crash takes two lifes

The gentlemen from overseas had provide insights into the process to obtain driving license from the countries they are living and studying. Maybe it will help to eradicate accidents in Honiara if we try and follow them. Good suggestion.

I would also like to drop a simple point: We provide training on how to drive under the influence of liquor without incurring an accident. This could also be one way of preventing accident in Honiara.

I believe even a little child would agree that one major causes of accident in Honiara is driving under the influence of liquor and speeding. one thought he is above everything.

I thought I heard that was the major contributing factor for the crash that takes the lives of the two youths.

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