Hi All, Had an incident this morning on a freeway that I can only describe as bizarre and I would like some feedback from anyone who has had a similar encounter. Moving across lanes in traffic I notice a KTM motard in the far right lne (soon to be revealed to be a cleverly disguised cop). After making about 6 (safe) lane changes in the slow traffic over about half a km I notice the KTM in my lane some distance behind. A few seconds later the ktm is alongside me - in my lane despite the 2 empty lanes on either side - with the rider pointing excitedly at his handlebars. At first I think he is alerting me to a problem and I look around to see what's wrong with my bike - he then does it again (still in my lane) - at which point I assume he must be road raging me for some reason and I try to focus back on the road. He then pulls in behind my where I can see 2 (tiny) flashing lights near the headlight and the penny drops that I'm getting pulled over. Usual routine - I give him my licence politely and wait for the inevitable green bit of paper that will earn my wife's ire - when he returns and hands me my licence back saying "you'll get a ticket in the mail" and turns to walk back to his bike. I ask him to wait and tell me what the penalty is, he replies "you were about 15-25km over the limit" I ask the penalty amount"About $240" and goes to walk off again. OK at this point it's all getting a little strange. So I take my helmet off and state that I think this is unusual and that he needs to be a bit more specific than that. He then pulls himself up a bit and thinks for a moment. eventually saying $244. I ask how many points and he says 3. I repeat that I'm not comfortable with this very casual manner in issuing a ticket and take sown the specifics myself in my diary - including his name and station - before he jumps back on the bike and leaves me bemused still standing on the side of the freeway. So I've done some research and yes I know that police can and do have the authority to do this - but it strikes me as an unusual case. All I have is the offhand estimate of a officer in traffic who was : A. some distance behind and in another lane with his vision obscured by cars. B. then frequently changing lanes in a short space of time to come up to me. C. Claims to be able to be assess my speed in these conditions yet only places me in an infringement "band". MY QUESTION: I know that courts will accept police estimates on your speed, I would think that police are expected to be a little more diligent than making a rough guess in the conditions I outlined. How specific do they have to be for a court? I want to know if anyone else has had any luck challenging an officers "assessment" in court as I'm seriously considering challenging this.