Please check your lights

Staff writer
November 16, 2012 01:00 AM


Winter is fast approaching and I am very concerned at the number of vehicles that have only one working headlight or tail light and sometimes a turn signal not working.

I have been out a lot in the evening in the last month and have counted double digit numbers of vehicles each time with lights not working. I urge fellow drivers, for your safety and that of others, to please check all your lights and if you see someone with a light out, please tell them.

Anita Paulin, Sechelt

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