These will be the same uninsured lunatics who ignore red lights and take to the pavements if the road is too busy.
She would be better thought of if she insisted on them having insurance like all other road users, so their victims can be compensated.
Les Trueman Glasgow
No go late show
Regarding recent letters about shopping in the city centre, the council seem to want it both ways.
They want the shops to open at night, but they also want to hit shoppers in the wallet, with high parking charges and bus lane fines.
They've just bought three high-tech bus-lane cameras - at £17,000 each - that is not to improve safety, it's to make money.
Me? I will go to East Kilbride, Parkhead or Braehead or better still shop on-line.
This why on-line is getting so popular.
Ronnie Cotterill Via email
On right track
I was sorry to read about the fears for city stations (October 29).
I can't wait for our local line that goes through Crossmyloof to be electrified.
It would make real sense to electrify the line all the way to Kilmarnock, and to join it up with the West Coast mainline, too.
Electrification will also be done as far as East Kilbride, meaning we will get better and faster trains on that line.
Alan Hall Glasgow
ONE thing that seems to be forgotten in all the arguments over rising power bills is that, in Scotland, we have to run our heating at higher temperatures for longer in the year, meaning we are hit with even higher fuel bills than those living down south.
In Iceland and Norway, local central heating systems keep the prices down. We should be doing the same here to stop being ripped off.
Amy Hood Via e-mail