As some of you will know, one of my pet rants is the totally outrageous manner in which authorities around this country operate in the way they approach "road safety". Profiteering via blood-money is the most apt description. Appalling road maintinence, pathetically inadequate training, a falsehood of "stick to the speed limit and you'll be a model of a good driver", the farce of speed cameras etc etc all just some of the multitude of sins of the authorites like the RTA. People are required to sit a most basic test (and one that covers NO aspects of vehicular dynamics) and given a ticket to go on the practice field - your local road. They're given another ticket if they show they can stop, start and turn and then deemed to have acceptable skills to drive well. Following this is a "Hazard Perception Test" (here in NSW at least). Have you noticed it's a computer-based test, rather than in real vehicles? Notice how this is far cheaper to implement than a REAL test of driver skill? I could go on but I'm out of time. So, to the point: How would you change the driving environment (licencing, rules, roads etc). If you wish, you can have them split under "Real" and "Fantasy" headings.