So I recently attended this, not strictly for giggles, as may be assumed by my clear and present preference for road safety over redundant draconian legislation..... and it was the funniest shit ever, provided you were as drunk/high as the drunk/druggie side of the room. If you have never seen he results when 100 hoons and 50 alcoholics are kept in a room with nothing better to ponder than "my car is faster than yours" for 8 hours, I highly recommend it.... it was fcuking hilarious. The only better thing was them holding it at an RSL and making the alcoholics walk through a bar to get to their cars on the way out........ I didn't wait around. My crime, I attempted to follow the speed limit.... I thought it was 100, it turns out it was 50.... for a full 200m before the speed camera.... my bad. Drizzle, oncoming headlights, glare, bla bla... I'll save the excuses for court ... fact is I had NO idea I was speeding and it wasn't intentional. Thanks to strict liability, I attended the TORP, cause strictly, attending it, however stupid it is, apparently counts... overall it wasn't too bad, I learned a lot about drugs... I don't take drugs, so that was informative, I learned fcuk all about anything else, and my typed response to the court will reflect just that.... cause I'm honest. One thing that stood out was the false stats offered by a NSW government employee re speeding (they claimed 40% of accidents were caused by over the speed limit speeding, which is at odds with every government database... NSW transport, RMS, RTA, RSAC etc.... it's the stat for "speed" as in, 2/3 under the limit but not appropriate for conditions..... perhaps if they were honest people might slow down when sensible and 30% of accidents could be avoided??....... anyways.... the other thing that stood out was that, despite bikers being over represented, there was ZERO mention of bikes for the whole 8 hours.... I'm wondering how the court will view my No. 1 cause of accidents..... inappropriate lines.... I think I might have to explain it for them. any questions?