recent article on MP3 players in cars, with police suggesting motorists be more aware of their impact on the road. http://www.smh.com.au/news/national/mp3-driving-ban-sought/2008/07/08/1215282835427.html harold scruby, that one man band and his fax machine of the PCA( a huge organisation in understand), goes one further and asks for a total ban on the use of MP3's in cars etc and that manufacturers put big warning stickers on their products highlighting how dangerous they are ( i am assuming stickers similar to cigarette packets currently being displayed ) well harold, i dont think you captured overkill here. how about suggesting also: -no talking at all in cars, if it must be done, in a quiet whisper only -no radio allowed inside a car, of if on, it must be tunes to 2GB Alan Jones or Melb's Neil Mitchell -No billboards on the roadside, in fact why not make blinders on all motorists compulsory, so they can only look ahead when driving - stickers on ipods etc that say things like, "listening to Kenny G is harmful to your and others health!" -any motorcyclist caught with an ipod to have his bike confiscated and crushed and be forced to ride tandem bicycles with other motorcyclists caught come on harold, we need some more moronic suggestions from you. we know you love the press. please feel free to contribute to this list and i will forward it to harold.