I am sick of inefficient Melbourne roads. I've driven in different states and countries and I find Melbourne's to be absolutely pathetic. My reasons. Speed camera's. Speeding ridiculously is bad, but whilst strict speed enforcement may seem a good idea in theory, it has a ripple effect which sucks for the roads. People now drive along at 10km/h under the speed limit in both the left and right lanes of roads. Countless times, I've been sandwiched behind slow moving vehicles (sometimes trucks), putting along slowly in the wrong lane. Most other countries and states (at least NSW/QLD), it's fine to go 10km/h under the limit, as long as you're in the left lane. If it weren't for the ridiculous policing and hefty fines, I doubt people would be travelling so damn slowly everywhere. Also, the condition of the roads. The roads are a piece of crap. Pot holes, roughness and seemingly infinite roadworks achieving nothing. If only more roads could be as smooth and nice to drive on as many other places. Lack of indicating. I've started to witness much more of this, drivers failing to indicate anywhere, whether it be entering a turning lane, changing lanes or approaching a roundabout. When two people are facing opposite sides of the roundabout with no indicator, it's safe to assume both will go forward, I've had so many occasions of nearly being cleaned up by a right turner who failed to indicate. Or been cut off by someone just swinging into my lane, often on numerous occasions. It's probably the obsession with speed which is causing the deterioration of drivers. Driving safely has got more to do with staying at 55km/h in a 60 zone, which was previously an 80km/h zone. A speed limit which has only been thrust upon it due to political reasons which seem good on paper. Enough of a rant.. As a rider who's nearly been cleaned up on many occasions and been involved in 2 accidents within 5 months (neither of which my fault). I take bad drivers personally. Anyone with me?