Just thinking out loud here so bear with me... Most of us know that speeding is not the only contributor to road accidents, it is however the easiest one to enforce and the most profitable. Day in day out we hear of people being victimised by speed cameras that are inaccurate or of drivers losing their license for a momentary lack of judgment. Bearing in mind the massive numbers of people who get fined everyday across Australia, do you think a month of not paying fines would get the point across to politicians from both sides that we the people are fed up with the bullshit and lies masquerading as road safety initiatives. Do you think a campaign along these lines could work?, perhaps an approach could be made to Mark Skaife or others who have alternative ideas to the fine them wherever we can approach that has been used by both sides of government . Obviously to stand any chance there would have to be a big enough number of people to make the pollies take notice, other wise a few people just get increased penalty notices. Do you think this would fly? Thoughts? PS: I don't condone silly speeds in built up areas, but at the same time I don't subscribe to the wipe of 5 save lives BS either. If it's 2pm in the afternoon, traffic is low and visibility is great then doing 130kph on the freeway should be legal...there is a balance to safety and convenience.