I recieved a letter from Vicroads recently stating that there was money outstanding on my motorcycle. The letter stated how much had been paid for the bike, transfer fee and stamp duty. Then in the "amount owing" section it had 3 question marks without reference to what they were for. :? The letter went on to explain that unless I provided Vicroads with 3 qustion marks (similar to these "???") I would be sued. :-k Now I figured, it's possible that in fact money was owed and that the person who typed the letter simply didn't know where to find those numbers on the keyboard, so I decided to go down there in person and find out. Lets face it, if it's worth 20c for paper, 20c for ink, 50c+for prepaid postage, as well as man hours taken to produce the letter and possible cout action, it must be a reasonable amount. It turns out that the dealer had miscalculated the stamp duty on the bike and still owed (wait for it) 10c! :roll: That's right, less than the cost of the letter. Net gain to Vicroads aproximated -90c. Less also than the cost of the petrol I used getting there. Even the girl that served me said it was the most stupid thing she had ever seen Vicroads do.