Has anyone else recently been called on behalf of TAC for a survey? I had a call toay and as expected the questions were ridiculously biased to come up with a predetermined outcome. I wanted to know what they were up to, so played along. Questions such as On a scale of 1-10, if speeding in a 50 zone in the next week what do you think your chances of an accident are? Same for 60, 80 and 100 zones. Yet, they didn't ask what the overall risk was! Also questions such as "How interested would you be in rebates on safety gear?" or a question to that effect. Quite a few questions around enforcing wearing full safety gear and whether you'd be willing to have a registration rebate for doing so. Also whether it should be enforced, and how effective you think it is in an accident? It also asked how many times I have seen the MC ad where the rider mysteriously drops it into an incoming car. Lastly, the questions were "Do you think motorists have a positive or negative view of motorcyclists". Then they asked "why" which set me up for the nice answer of "because advertising campaigns portray a negative perception of motorcyclists to other road users". They also asked how much you go above the limit in various speed zones. TAC is clearly on a campaign to attempt to marginalise motorcyclists and the questions are worded in such a way to get statistics saying as much.