â€˜Operating with reasonable care within prevailing conditionsâ€™ So that if you are on a M-way. No traffic, no on / off ramps, 4 lanes wide and doing say 150 kph in a 100 zone. This should be allowed for vehicles that rate as, a) light enough to allow for changes in conditions rapidly (meaning mostly sports cars and bikes, not semi's or cars with trailers), b) Are fully roadworthy and certified for improved handling and performance. Also allow for a licence status on a person to reflect additional training and competence, so if the police officer needs to use their judgement. This would count towards assessing the situation. It also steps over the BS of police entrapment in behavioural rich areas that a 60 zones, three lanes, no traffic or pedestrians. And one is hammered for doing 70. It means that you would still be potentially pulled over. But the outcome is now based on the current situational circumstances including the abilities of your vehicle and self rather than a blanket law which in some instances is contrary to common sense. It also would be used for the opposite. So someone who is fanging at 100 in a 100 zone when other traffic is bottlenecked and doing 30, gets hammered. Opinions?