Warning this is a rant! To start off, let me just say, I am what most law enforcement officers as well as normal people will call a "repeat offender". I have never lost my license, but the record so far is pretty bad. I have 9 demerit points on my license. Yep, all of them on the Kawasaki. In the car, I am a nonna driving 5 kms under the speed limit. The split is as follows 1. 3 demerit points - speeding 24 kms over speed limit. Country road, 104 in 80. Cop on a motorcycle with a radar in the bush. 2. 1 demerit point - speeding 7 kms over speed limit. Suburban road, mobile speed camera in a car. 3. 1 demerit point - speeding 5 kms over speed limit. Suburban road, mobile speed camera in a car. 4. 1 demerit point - speeding 5 kms over speed limit. Suburban road, mobile speed camera in a car. 5. 3 demerit points - speeding 22 kms over speed limit. Country road, 102 in 80. Cop on a motorcycle with a radar in the bush. I have been riding for 8 years now. But since the last fine, I am f--u--c*king paranoid. My wife does not drive (long story, but we're migrants and she never converted her overseas license and she cant drive very well so never got her license). But she is taking driving lessons and trying to get her license. With just 2 points left before I face a suspension, I have mellowed down significantly. To be clear, I am not one for speeding and I don't "slab it" all the time. But I ride at speeds I am comfortable with. On a straight country side road, a posted speed limit of 80 can easily be done at 100. Even on suburban roads, I may slightly be over the speed limit sometimes and I end up tripping mobile speed cameras but I am not above my riding abilities. I maintain safe distances with cages and other riders. No fancy monos or stoppies. Just straight up normal riding at my pace. That pace is sometimes over the speed limit. My paranoia has worsened since December. I was leaving home for a ride. I left home and after the first round about, I turned on to literally the next street in my suburb. It was 8 am. In second gear, I twisted my throttle slightly on the 6. Bang I saw 63 on the speedo. As I saw the speedo, I looked up and I saw an unmarked Grey Toyota RAV4 with a camera in it. I slowed down, but too slow. Went past it already. That street is 50 kmph. I was distraught. I can afford the fine, not the points. I turned around and did a lap of that street to make sure it had what I thought was a camera. It indeed was one! I noted the rego it was "SLB-XXX". I was kicking myself for it, but I couldnt help thinking how easy it is to do such a thing. I mean the slightest of throttle on this bike can take you got 60. For 20 days I waited for a fine to arrive. It never did. Every day I'd check my mailbox after work. I'd get nothing. Then I see the same RAV4 again! Parked on the same spot as last time. I am in the car, so no issues. I shook my head at it again. SInce this incident, I turn my head and look into EVERY car/SUV parked on a nature strip. And there is a lot of them. Every SUV is a potential mobile speed camera. I am also constantly on the speedo. **** I look at the speedo more than I look at the road. Not wanting to get any more points and lose my license. Then, I saw the RAV4 again. This time, there was someone in it! There is a gym near where this RAV4 was parked. A guy in his mid 20s was drying his hair with a towel. Im like wtf? This is an unmarked cop car, with the same rego. What was a civilian doing in it? I turned around and stopped to say hello to this guy. I couldnt help myself, I had to. The guy said he owned the car and knew nothing about cops or cameras. I was puzzled and thought I was going nuts. How could that happen? Today I saw another Grey Unmarked SUV with a camera in it in my area. Its license plate was "SL8 XXX". This time it had a camera and a cop in it. I now know I wasn't going nuts. But I still do not know why I have not received the fine. But kudos to the nanny state that Victoria has become. You have a paranoid rider on the road who spends most of his time looking at cars parked on nature strips and his speedo more than the road. I cant wait for the promotion already. I am going to maybe sell my road bike and buy a trackie. and also get a suzuki drz400 and do dirt riding. F***uck the road! end of rant.