Eric Adams calls for reckless drivers to get lifetime suspension after infant hit

Democratic mayoral nominee Eric Adams said extremely reckless drivers like the one charged with killing an infant in a Brooklyn hit-and-run over the weekend should have their licenses revoked — permanently.

“We should really think differently about those who have real records of abuse,” said Adams, currently the Brooklyn borough president, at a press conference Monday.

“I think our suspension of licenses can be longer and I believe we can put in place a rule after a certain amount of time of predetermined reckless driving, we can do lifetime suspension,” he said at the site of the fatal crash in Clinton Hill.

Tyrik Mott

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