Oakland Mayor Jean Quan to Leave Driving to Staffers and Volunteers: Report

Mayor Quan Not Driving

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    The scene of a June car crash involving Oakland Mayor Jean Quan.

    It appears Oakland Mayor Jean Quan will not be behind the wheel this election season.

    According to the Oakland Tribune, a spokesman said going forward, Quan will leave the driving to staffers or volunteers.

    Quan's driving suddenly became a red flag back in June when she damaged her city-issued car in a fender bender.

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    Before the accident, she was also seen using her phone behind the wheel.

    As for that June car crash, police never did determine which driver was at fault.

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