When you start to learn on a bike we are told that riding a motorbike requires a physical element with coordination. Basically, it isn't for everybody. We have roads that are clogged with traffic; cars that are killing the environment; and a long procession of idiots that seem to be doing their very best to harm all those around them. I believe that getting a driver's licence should be a privilege that, sad as it may be, not all in society should achieve. If the pass rate on driving exams dropped to maybe 40% off the population and the learning, testing and ability of drivers was massively increased through exstensive training in a variety of elements: we would ease traffic; lower the death toll; aid the environment; public transport would be improved as a majority of the population would have a vested interest in it; driving as a profession would be more highly regulated; real "hoons" could be all but eradicated. We build these machines that can do so much damage and then try to regulate them after we hand out control so freely. It feels like we are missing out on a big opportunity to nip the problem in the bud? Am I on to something or way out of line?