READER'S VIEW: Commonsense call to reversing regulations

I WOULD like to reply to the letters published in reply to my comments and front page article in the Morning Bulletin on the 21 October, 2015 regarding the infringement notice I received on the 14 August, 2015.

I am not complaining about having to pay the $164.00 and I will gladly pay double and donate the extra money to any nominated charity in Rockhampton.

It is only reality and commonsense that I am complaining about.

No one has been injured as a result of someone reversing.

I was relating these comments to the lack of interest in tourism the Rockhampton/Yeppoon area.

This does leave a "sour taste in a tourist's mouth" about visiting the area again.

James Woolford

Laidley



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