Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Boston, drivers are also divided. Some, such as student Andrew Berg, bristle at the idea of valets sitting in judgment. "Their responsibility is to park your car in the garage while you eat dinner," Berg says, "not to police your sobriety or your ability to drive."
But as others, such as Josue Pavone, see it, enlisting valets or anyone else in a position to help is something we can't afford not to do. "Yeah, it's more money," Pavone says. "But hey, you can't put a price on life."
Car manufacturers are in a position to help. Ban driving. Problem solved. After all, you can't put a price on life.