No Phone Calls, Please! On the outskirts of Reading, Pa., a road construction sign written in a childlike hand reads, ?Slow Down, My Daddy Works Here.? Farther along the road, another sign reads, ?Slow Down, My Mommy Works Here.? We Pennsylvanians are so used to road construction that we won?t be surprised if asphalt is someday declared the official state mineral. But being used to it also means that we often drive far too fast through construction areas, forgetting how vulnerable road workers are. Their families and friends would be devastated by a phone call informing them that their loved one had been injured or killed by a careless motorist. Another group that makes its living on the road has become equally vulnerable. The gangs of thieves who prey on traveling jewelry salespeople used to be content with distract-and-grab techniques to accomplish their crimes, but now they

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