Why not Jackie? Steven staynor that's why you shouldn't have speakers of non native language driving. Now you are going to scratch your head and not know what I am referring to, Steven was hit and killed while riding a motorcycle by a Spanish only speaking Mexican who blew a stop sign.<quoted text>
Canadians' primary language is French? Want to rephrase that?
Many Québécois vacation in Florida in winter. Most if not all speak a very and often more than respectable level of English. I live here, on the Québec border, and I know that province well. You don't know what you"re talking about.
Here in Canada, you don't have to know Ehglish or French to pass a written and practical driver's exam. An interpreter will assist when necessary. And why not? Why do you need the language of the country to drive? All signs are symbols. When you drive in Germany, Greece, Italy, France, Spain, Rogue, armed with you int'l driver's licence, do you know the language of those countries? Do you drive just the same? Of course you do. So do I.
At the trial his attorneys argued that the sign said "stop" and did not have the word "Alto" anywhere on it.
Result no real justice for Steven. Now take your silly little shapes argument and slide it where your boyfriends junk goes...