Link. The herald sun print this morning is asking "when will they learn they are not bullet proof?". Here's a fukn idea, when they are taught how to handle a motor vehicle. In this horrible case 5 youngen's are dead and the girl will be traumatised for the rest of her life, and lets not get started on the impact it will cause for the families and friends. In this case I don't defend the speeding, but more the knowledge and skill of the driver. Was it his fault? Who knows, but what I will bet my money on is that he probably only had to pass a piss easy 20 minute driver test which involves a U-turn or 3 point turn etc, with absolutely no training or testing in emergency braking / handling / vehicle performance and limitations. IMO if ever road user had to pass a more stringent testing scheme, such as pushing a car past its limits on a skid pan or training track, these sorts of events would be further and fewer between. When was the last time you, as a rider (regardless of experience) entered into a corner deliberately too hot / fast?? Probably never? Who would enter a corner faster then they knew they could handle it?? Answer - the inexperienced and untrained. These sorts of horrible events will continue to occur until driver education from day one is properly implemented. Until then, teenagers, all of us at one point in time, will continue to feel bullet proof. And with a new toy - the first car or license at one's disposal for fun and newly acquired independence - will continue to feel bullet proof in the car and have such accidents. /end rant.