The government usually is the entity that take care of the roads for us- building and maintaining the highways, byways, and residential streets. They use part of our yearly tax money to pay for their upkeep and creation.
For better or worse, I don't think this is particularly unchartered territory. For example, I think we've already been there, done that with the debate on motorcycle helmets. States not requiring motorcycle helmets are in the minority, I think. Most of the reasoning for requiring people to wear helmets is based on the public cost of paying for head injuries.
Jeff, Thanks for taking my question seriously! I really was looking for an answer here and I like your motorcycle analogy. We've actually done away with helmet laws in Florida for Motorcycles but I think they are intact for bicycles, or at the very least minors who ride bikes.
It is a quandry. For me, the biggest quandry of all this is this:
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