Report bad drivers

December 17, 2006 at 12:59 pm Leave a comment

I thought this was very creative when I saw this on CNN this morning. 

From the PlateWire website:

PlateWire is a public repository and electronic forum of drivers by drivers. Using a drivers license plate, commuters can communicate their thoughts and feelings in regards to driving on today’s roadways. Report and flag bad drivers, award good drivers, and even flirt with cute drivers. PlateWire was born out of frustration from years of driving along side drivers who seem to have no concern with anyone’s safety, including their own. PlateWire is not meant to be a substitute for legal reporting of traffic infractions, if you are a witness to a traffic infraction please contact your local authorities and file the appropriate complaint or report.

Update:  I spent some time on the site.  Looks like more cry babies than anything else.  I’ll visit it again sometime in the future and see if it improves.  This might be a waste of time.

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