Personally, I would like to see a push for some reform... motorcycles allowed to add 20km/h to the signposted limit on highways and freeways (100/110 zones). The law should be implemented in such a way that if a rider was caught exceeding this encreased limit the usual fine would apply; ie. if you are caught doing 125km/h in a 100 zone you will be fined for 25km/h over the signposted limit, and exceed 130km/h you will be subject to instant loss of lisence etc. Our vehicles are smaller, more nimble, have shorter stopping distances through less mass, and are designed to handle at very high speeds. In addition riders have considerably better visibility through a wider field of view and higher perspective. Riders are generally more adept at recognising potential road hazards through compulsory training, experience and necessity. A considerable threat to any rider on any road is vehicles approaching or following behind, these drivers cannot see hazards from our perspective and these vehicles cannot stop as quickly; creating a genuine threat of being rear-ended. What I'm looking for is open discussion and other possible arguments for/against; clearly worded so that I might collect them to piece together some information. anyone?