WHEN A LAW IS NOT A LAW

PUBLISHED : Tuesday, 10 December, 2002, 12:00am
UPDATED : Tuesday, 10 December, 2002, 12:00am
 

Eva Chan's letter (Sunday Morning Post, December 8) suggests that the laws on fog lamps will be enforced only when necessary. I think a lot of readers will be fascinated to know why these laws, as well as those on hazard warning lights and lack of headlights, do not need to be enforced. What is the point of having such laws?


Could Ms Chan please provide drivers with a list of other laws that can safely be ignored? Most other vehicle lighting regulations would appear to fall into this category if we are to follow the example of our police.


JON KORNBERG


The Peak


Share

 

Send to a friend

To forward this article using your default email client (e.g. Outlook), click here.

WHEN A LAW IS NOT A LAW

Enter multiple addresses separated by commas(,)

For unlimited access to:

SCMP.com SCMP Tablet Edition SCMP Mobile Edition 10-year news archive