by Eric F. Greenberg | Attorney-at-Law
BPA good news doesn’t end the story
What is the best way for a state to assure that people drive safely? What if your state decided that, instead of testing you for a driver’s license, it would do away with licenses and just let anyone drive who wanted to? Instead, they put lots of cops on the highways and streets to catch drivers doing bad things.
Would that be an effective regulatory program? Well, it would likely be more expensive than the present system, what with all that additional personnel it would require, and that might be reason enough not to do it. But if you could cut the costs somehow, would it make the roads safer?