Major kudos to L. York for [her] letter in the Feb. 18 issue [“Leave Your Big-city Driving Habits at Home,” Xpress]. Could not have been more to the point.
What is seen on Interstates 240 and 40 is against the law and dangerous. It is not uncommon to see 10 or more cars 10 feet apart at 60 mph going into the city at 8 a.m. and other times during the day. This gets them to work one minute sooner. Where are the patrol cars? Tailgating is against the law.
And this clearly applies to local drivers as well.
Thank you for the community-oriented and concerned letter.
— T. Stahly