Careless driving may result in death or serious injuries from which one can never fully recover. Every year, the Ghana Road and Transport Authority teaches drivers how to prevent accidents on our highways, but the number of accidents continues to rise. It's as if drivers are deafeningly deafeningly deafeningly deafeningly deafeningly deafeningly deafeningly deaf
Careless driving results in not just the loss of lives but also the destruction of state property. The majority of the time, cars collide with traffic lights, destroying them in the process. The same drivers would then complain about the lack of traffic lights on the lane, which would control smooth movement.
Because of drivers, several traffic lights have fallen to the ground. Many Ghanaians are curious about what happens to these drivers after they wreck the vehicle. Given the widespread installation of CCTV cameras, I assume any driver who damages them could be prosecuted.
If something belongs to the state, it doesn't mean we should destroy because there is more money to replace them.
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