The first-ever suspension of a Venezuelan driver’s license. It belonged to a bus driver who was “driving at excessive speed in a large, overladen passenger bus that was missing one of its rear wheels.” Under a new law.
Goddamned Big Government interfering in people’s lives, grumble, grumble.
They have drivers licenses? Who knew?
Next thing you know, they’ll have a stop sign.
Would they have suspended his license if the bus had all of its wheels?
No. As always, blame the worker for the failings of management. Cutting corners on maintenance like that ought to be illegal. No wait, it is. It just isn’t enforced. Actually, in Venezuela pretty much everything other than laws against criticizing Chavez aren’t enforced