Australia has what would be considered fairly ordered road rules which the majority of people obey. People stick to lanes, indicate, obey lights and crossings etc. But it's not like that all around the world and when I have visited other parts of the world and when I watch international vlogs one sees very different seemingly chaotic riding with little respect for any rules. Which one works better? I think what creates alot of road rage in orderly road rule countries is that when someone doesn't obey the rules it creates conflict. Self interest is not important and giving way and being predictable rules the day. And when the rules are broken bad thigs and danger happens. Order can bring tragedy. In more chaotic road rule countries, the rule is s/he who hesitates loses. If you see a spot and claim it you have a right to be there. Because lanes are just guides cars are just as vulnerable and must watch the space around them alot more than the feeling of being immune in a lane of your own. Lane filtering is more like this sort of system. You take advantage of any openings and just go. Everyone makes their own way and space. I haven't got first hand experience of this but there probably are experienced riders here who have. What are your thoughts on strict rules vs relaxed rules riding? Should Australia change? Can it change? Please share your thoughts.