Improve road conditions rather than raising rates

We have seen five major accidents with black ice on Highway 33.

We have seen five major accidents with black ice on Highway 33. Under the old highways administration when the roads were wet and temperatures were dropping sand trucks inspected the roads and applied sand to the corners and hills and anywhere where the ice could form to prevent accidents and keep insurance costs down.

A lot of sand can be applied for the increased insurance costs that result from a lack of proper thinking to allow accident prevention to exist.

Saving money by non application of sand is a false saving by the contractor and should not have to paid for by higher insurance costs  (give your head a shake )

Robert Johnson

Nelson