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LETTER: Timmy sets poor example for young drivers

Tim Hortons advertisement puts young driver in unsafe situation

Dear Editor,

Most of us have seen the Tim Hortons commercial in which a new young driver drives up to a Tim Hortons drive-by window, but is not experienced enough to drive close to the window, and has to reach way out of the car window for the two drinks he gets (one for himself and one for, presumably, his dad).

Then he drives off.

So, we see a young, very inexperienced driver driving off with one hand on the wheel while drinking out of the cup he is holding in the other hand.

Can you say someone didn’t really think this commercial through?

Barry Whaites, Langley City

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