Hi there. Just wondering whether they'd be problems if I did the following? Due to my parents being dubious about going above 60kph on a scooter/bike, due to the dangers of being creamed, through taking unnecessary chances or cagers being impatient, I'm going to be limited to a 50cc - yeah I know I'm over 30 and can 'make my own decisions'. But I'm going to be staying at their place while I do my honours year in applied science, in order to cut down expenses like rent and devote more time to honours by being able to work less. They think it's a good idea to continue working one day a week so I have a backup job should my current plans fall through for some reason. I don't want any hassles like disagreements over what size scooter I ride. It seems to be either ride a 50cc or drive a car. So I'm going to test ride a 50 next week and see how happy I am wrt the speed vs a bicycle and being on a 'true road vehicle'. Now the real problem - I work at Brisbane Airport International Terminal, so I have to reach work via a stretch of road called Airport Drive which goes 80kph-100kph-70kph, going from one roundabout to the next. Now I know pulling 60kph is going to be a struggle given I weigh 110 kg, let alone sustaining it, and those other speeds are a pipedream. Well, atm, I ride my bicycle to work as I currently live close by - I ride on the very shoulder of the road so I don't block the passage of cars coming up behind me. I don't want to be sitting in the middle of even the far left lane, providing a distraction/nuisance at 60kph on a scooter - that seems like madness to me. So what I'm wanting to know is, can I ride the scooter like I ride my bicycle in that section? Because if not, I'm just going to get a damn cheap car for the year. I'd like to survive this year and many more if that's possible.