If you missed it there was another rider killed yesterday, in yet another "sorry I didn't see him", accident. And to make things worse, the rider is already being blamed by the cops for the accident - on 7 News, one said speed was probably a factor. My question - Is it time to "out" car drivers who fail to look for motorcycle riders. My assertion that this is something to be considered is based on the fact, that the message is just not being heard by drivers, car manufacturers, the police, the Govt, the Judges etc. If we don't make a hullabaloo about this, then it will just go, "straight through to the keeper." It will be forgotten and there will be no message re-inforced to car drivers. The message that need to be sent is that if they don't look out for us, then they will suffer public humiliation by us. I know its a tough call - but, IMHO its time to get tough on drivers who just don't look. This individual accident is not what I want to discus. Its the pattern. Here are a few comments made attached to this article: To Mathew of Melbourne - If I knew who you were, I would be the first one to want to get behind you, and I guarantee that there are thousands of us out there who will join your cause.