LETTERS: English driver's tests about the safety on roads

Washington lawyer John Tanner says Georgia's bill to offer driver's tests in English only ("State legislature is acting like it's not too busy to hate," April 11, Page 7A) will be bad for business — the equivalent of "driving the Kia plant across the river into Alabama."

Alabama can have 10 Kia plants if that's what it takes to keep someone from killing my loved one because the driver couldn't read a "WRONG WAY" sign.

Perhaps Mr. Tanner might consider what's really important as he commutes to his ivory tower on D.C.'s Metro rail system.

— Kathi Mills