Something I saw along Ferntree Gully Rd (for those who are unfamiliar, a three lane road in each direction with a median separating opposing directions and generally has speed zones of 70 or 80) today was a little disturbing. A scoot took off at the lights and got up to what I presume is their terminal speed of 55-60 km/h. They were in the far left lane and almost in the gutter. What did the cager in front of me do? You guessed it. They overtook the scoot rider in their lane. There's three issues and one major question I have here: Issue 1: The scooter rider didn't claim their lane which ended up in them being in a dangerous situation. Issue 2: The car driver performed a dangerous overtaking procedure. They sort of 'split' because there was a car to their right in the middle lane. Even though there was room for their medium-sized car to fit, they shouldn't have done it. Where's the police to hand out a fine for that? Issue 3 and question: The scooter is too slow in my opinion and shouldn't be using a road where they could be at significant speed differentials to the majority of or all other traffic. Should scooters that are so slow be allowed to be sold or be allowed on the road? I think if they can't go at least 80 then they shouldn't be allowed on the road.