A new report by the RACV is more than a little worrying: http://www.abc.net.au/news/newsitems/200508/s1445058.htm Figures show an increasing number of motorists are driving unregistered vehicles. RACV general manager Ken Ogden says seven years ago 24,000 Victorians were caught driving unregistered vehicles. He says by last year, that figure had almost doubled to 47,000. Mr Ogden says 900 people a year are also caught driving without a licence. "It puts an unfair burden on the honest motorist because they have to pay their greater share of road taxes and TAC [Transport Accident Commission] premiums," he said. "And of course with a driver's licence in the courts, pretty much the ultimate sanction, short of jail, is taking a driver's licence away and if people are continuing to drive, even if their licence is suspended, it calls into question the whole enforcement system." -Don't think jail or licence suspension should be the only option for people that continue to drive whilst unlicenced/unregistered, perhaps we should follow the New Zealand system and impound their vehicles.