Recently, my husband and I were "T-boned" at a major urban intersection by a driver who admitted being preoccupied on his cell phone and oblivious to the red light. Our car was totaled in a rollover. Thankfully our seat belts held us secure.

We have driven in all 50 states and numerous foreign countries but find that too many drivers on Utah's I-15 are impertinent, impatient and more threatening than any breed we have encountered. For me, a California freeway, the New Jersey Turnpike, the autobahn or even the Paris Peripherique pose less of a threat of a pending assault from an errant driver. Couldn't the Utah Highway Patrol be more vigilant?

Donna Glazier Dalton