This is a short editorial in the 'Safer roads, save lives' section of the latest edition of the Royal Auto mag from the RACV. Looks like a typical rant from a non-rider considering the first part where the writer puts the onus of safety on riders and not other vehicle drivers. I have always been of the opinion that riders are more aware of safety issues and are more involved in these (through MC clubs) than non-riders given that many are active in improving their riding skills by attending advanced rider training courses. What infractructure do they envisage will improve both riders and drivers safety? Awareness training for drivers might be a start.