This is going to be a bit of a self-righteous indignant post, but I need to tell this story, just to get some other people's perspective. Riding home from work, westbound on Sydney's Victoria Road during peak hour, I sat behind a hatchback where the driver was obviously typing an SMS on here phone. I thought it best to keep her in front of me rather than behind me, and travelled perhaps 3-5 kms behind her in this fashion. Driving way too slow, not keeping up with traffic, not exactly keeping in the confines of her lane. Get sick of it and overtake her in the kerbside lane (she has been travelling in the inside lane all the way) and pull up the red lights. She pulls up next to me. I look in the back seat and there is a toddler and a baby in that back. I can contain my righteous indignation no longer. She has her window down so I say "Excuse me, you shouldn't be using the phone whilst driving with your kids in the back." Her reply is a very arrogant and cold "Thank you". Lights change, I take off, a little pissed off, maybe I should have not said anything, but surely driving in Sydney is hazardous enough, without wanting to add additional risk?