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What's up with people taking wrong decision?

Why people are taking the very wrong decision these days?
First it started when they decided to go with the most untrusted travel company Trust and then the driver decided to speed up in a tough weather and a really tough and curvy road (Amman - Irbid).

Now the PSD Public Security Directorate is taking the wrong decision by not being bit aggressive with such cases, especially when the quick reaction to such dramatical acciedents is just a must.

Customs Department has a tracking device to track all incoming trucks with goods; can't PSD install a such tracking device to track bus speeds?

Can't they install a speed limiter? something that wont let the bus go further than 80km/h at max or even 70km/h, If they are not afraid of the speeding ticket nor being bit careful about the lives they are driving in the bus then someone have to have a control over them.

I wonder how many speed radar would it take to cover all Jordan, from Romtha to Aqaba? 100? for one every 50km or maybe we could duplicate that number, we already got the equipments and the manpower, why not for god sake? why the wrong decision?

Being strict when applying laws should go beyond doing it only in Amman, The Kingdom is one unity and what happen in Amman should NOT stay in Amman.


Why Whoever Mr responsible cannot close Trust company? or let me ask this question, How many MAN bus do we have in Jordan? 1000? 2000? How hard is it to have a policeman in every MAN bus and a Coaster bus? not a practical solution?


There should be a way to do it to reach the peace of mind when driving or getting in a bus in Jordan.

Another thing, Can the government be bit more transparent about this case? I'm deadly interested in knowing what would happen, how they will be sued and what would be the compensation to those who died or in hospitals now, who knows maybe me , my family or friends next.


[tags] coaster bus, customs department, speed radar, god sake, curvy road, man bus, road security, security directorate, speed limiter, wrong decision, bus speeds, many man, practical solution, speeding ticket, aqaba, peace of mind, amman, public security, travel company, trust company [/tags]

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