It’s that season again.
Snow is on the ground and so Whitehorse drivers seem hell-bent on re-establishing themselves as the worst in Canada.
What makes us more inclined to gun it through an amber light when the intersection’s iced up?
Why does tailgating seem to make more sense when visibility is limited by ice fog?
And why do we choose to text-and-drive more when the roads are in their most dangerous state?
I’ve seen a ton of people steering with their elbows while they thumb-tap out messages on a cell phone lately.
And for what? To share some irrelevant little messages at the risk of a catastrophic, even deadly, accident?
Yeah, that make sense.
Except for the fact it’s a recipe for instantly turning LOL into TTYL.