Monday letters: Why is Randolph even driving?

August 12, 2013 

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PARRA — MCT

— How is it possible for an individual who has been diagnosed with a medical or physical disability — or even a mental disability, to a certain degree — to have a valid driver’s license in the state of South Carolina? Someone who appears to be challenged to drive himself places to run errands. When he goes to pick up his clothes from the cleaners, he and an employee exchange words.

But a Columbia official goes to the scene.

Why should he even be driving? Can’t that condition possibly cause seizures?

Tommy Warren

Lexington

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