Talking drivers dangerous

During a recent visit to Grand Cayman I was concerned to see the number of drivers using the telephone whilst driving, many of them trying to control large vehicles and negotiate corners.

The Police and Government of the Caymans were putting extra patrols on to curb ‘drink-driving’, but this habit of driving whilst on the phone, unless using a hands-free set can be just a dangerous.

In the U.K. drivers found using the phone whilst driving are liable to a fixed penalty and three points on their licence.

Perhaps for the safety of all road users this could be considered for your Islands?

Michael Shackleton,Birmingham, England