On Mon, Jan 31, 2011 at 09:26:59AM -0700, Bryan Peterson wrote:
> unless it's something directly in the engine that literally stops
> the car from working, a sighted person can easily pull over to the
> side of the road

[My Reply:]
        I don't think it's too much of a problem.  If in the city, 
simply stop the car and let traffic go around you with your warning 
flashers on.  Highways may pose a slightly more difficult problem, and 
laws should warn motorists of blind drivers, who would stay in the 
right-hand lane, (Or the left-hand in England), slow the car while 
pulling over to the curb, where the difference between pavement and dirt 
will be easily evident.  Hell, just place a special handicapped placard 
on the rear of the vehicle and sighted ddrivers will avoid you like the 
plague. <grins>


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