I was reading this article earlier today. It's about those "My Family" stickers that you see on the back of cars telling the public their family head count or life style (supposedly). It doesn't really annoy me nor does it get much of my attention. It isn't a bad concept and it's a bit of fun and to be honest, a much better upgrade to the typical HOLDEN/FORD/PIONEER/<insert whatever brand name>. I have also noticed, that those with those stickers tend to be bad drivers...either distracted, grumpy or just bad...as the article also mentions. Anyways as bad as they are, one stranger can see, that the people occupying the vehicle, are a family man, mum, dad, father, son, daughter, etc and probably give them some sort of sympathy if they were to get into a serious accident. I was wondering, since motorcyclist are most probably seen as hoons, risk taking, crotch rocket riding temporary Australians, rather than a loving father, mother, son, daughter etc...putting these "My Family" stickers on the bike or back of the helmet, put an ease to the hatred of motorcyclist who seem to cause menace everywhere, believing we are nothing but trouble and have no such thing as family value? People might not care if you have that sticker on the back of the helmet, but if they can see that we aren't just a bunch of crazy maniacs on 2 wheels, it might just change the public's opinion of fellow road users and keep a few more drivers out there alert. They can argue the point that, if you are a father/mother/etc, then why ride? Obviously they will never understand until they ride themselves, but at least they know you are a living being with more value than just another temporary Australian. Just a random thought... EDIT: uhhh link updated.