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Letter: Rules of the road

Dear Editor:

To the ignorant young ladies on Lincoln Creek Road in the turquoise Toyota, I have news for you: If you are traveling uphill, you have the right of way. This means when you are going downhill, you have to yield to the driver driving uphill toward you. In other words, today you were completely wrong.

Do us all a favor, and learn how to drive. Get a clue, or get off the road. Those of us who know what we’re doing would appreciate it.

Enjoy that Darwin Award you’re going to win if you ever find yourselves on a four-wheel-drive road of any consequence.

Jay D. Straighte

Colorado Springs

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