It's been a while but I finally found this guy today commuting from Croydon down the Eastern to Brunswick. A while ago when I had my Honda VT1100C2 I filtered past stationary traffic on the Maroondah Hwy heading West at the intersection of Mitcham Road pulling up behind a Semi as he was taking up the whole lane. I was in far left of the right lane sitting there when the lights changed and vehicles in the centre lane began moving but the Semi in front of me didn't. Suddenly I was being dragged along by the dual axle trailer you can see in this picture, the front corner having ripped a chunk from my calf and smashed my left leg forward, snapping the peg off and wrapping the gear lever around the front of the bike. Falling into the side of the trailer the tank of the bike sustained a huge dent with red grout embedded after contacting the fender and my left arm ended up with a massive bruise behind the elbow and my left wrist had something wrenched that took almost two years to come good. The Saddle bag was ripped and scratched before he finally stopped and I managed to straighten up before the bike fell over and I rolled on the ground. As two people from the truck behind me jumped down to help me pick the bike up this guy poked his head out of the car and muttered something like "F#$king motorbikes" and drove off without stopping. I was too shaken up and hurting to remember to take his rego but I have a very good memory for details and I never forget the face of assholes who try to kill me. So when I saw this guy today I recognized him immediately. He's a tradie with a tile cutting saw on the front of the trailer. I recalled the chrome mirrors and silver wheel arches of his Black Nissan Navara 4 door Ute, same as I put in the report I made to police on the day after I had xRays at Maroondah Hospital to check why my arm hurt so much. Question is, do I go back to the Police and see if they can did up my original report and inform then after all this time or forget it? The way I see it, this guy owes me $700 for the repairs to my bike and a knuckle sandwich for not stopping to see if I was alright after he hit me.