I just read a story where a couple were killed when a car, driven by a Spanish family hit the bike head on. In December, a fellow heading towards Omeo from Swift's Creek was killed when a car, driven by an Italian family, hit him head on. A couple of years ago, a US tourist collided with another vehicle on the GOR. A fatality occured there too. There seems to be a pattern here. Overseas visitors who come from countries that drive on the right "forget" where they are on the road and tragedy strikes. Perhaps it should be mandatory that anyone visiting from overseas who come from countries that don't drive on the left should sit a driving test. Or, if they are in mostly hire cars then have prominent labelling to remind the driver on which side of the road that he or she should be. When I went to the US all I had to do was to show my Vic drivers licence in order to aquire a hire car. When we spoke to the US Consulate in Melbourne before leaving we were informed that we didn't require an "international licence", nor did we need to do anything special in order to drive on US roads. I understand that this is the case for the UK and Europe too. In all cases above, either one or two people died. However, had the collisions been between cars, you're looking at multiple deaths. Maybe this is an issue that the MRA could take up with the government, and to consult with the RACV - see what it's position on this is. Of course, if they say that the number of casualty crashes or fatalities are too low to be "significant", then it's probably a waste of time. What do you folks think?