When it is dark and wet you really need the line marking to guide you through a complicated section of road. Particularly where there is extensive road work going on and the lanes are being changed. But that is not what happens. When it is dark and wet the spectre of every line that was ever painted on that road and then blacked over shows up as a shiny patch; looking just like the white lines. This is bad enough in a car. But for a rider it is even harder to guess which is the dinkum track to follow. And your visor is wet. And there is a car up your clacker. There has to be a better way for the road builders to cover up redundant lines. Maybe they could seal over a larger, irregular area than just the exact rectangle than is being painted out?