Where is the address?
Several times each week, I am going someplace I have not been before. A GPS will only get me so far. Then I have to scan for addresses to find the exact location, which is often harder than you would think.
Businesses and residences should be required to post their addresses in clear view of the street. Searching for addresses while careening down busy streets is dangerous and all the slowing down to look irritates the drivers behind. Potential for road rage? Perhaps.
I remember reading years ago that fire, police and rescue workers complained that in some multicultural areas there were no addresses and the business names were in foreign languages, which hindered their ability to get there quickly. Time can mean the difference between life and death.
In neighborhoods it is almost as bad. It can be blocks before I see a posted address so I have to drive around until the numbering system makes sense to find the house I am looking for.
Besides being dangerous, it is a giant time waster. When I list a property for sale, I make sure the address is easy to see.
Please help me start a campaign for everyone to post their address. Tell business and home owners and make sure your address is visable too.
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