Seeing a few threads on here on how we are constantly being screwed under the guise of safety, where revenue collecting is disguised as fines, it got me wondering, which country would be the most fun or to live in, in terms of riding and driving. A country where you get in the car or on the bike, you can relax and enjoy your journey, because (A) There is little to no revenue gathering around every corner, as the authorities actually focus on real offences and criminals ( Most of the other drivers and riders are reasonably competent (C) Roads are reasonable good and plenty of interesting places to go. (D) You are actually treated like an adult and responsible for your own safety Countries like Germany may not count, as we all immediately think of "do your nut" on the autobahn, but in reality I guess its all very limited to the autobahn and enforcement will most probably be quite strict in the rest of the country. So a country were the general attitude towards driving and riding is a common sense, non-wowser approach. I am not talking about a country in which you could necessarily hoon willy nilly to your hearts content (ripping mono's through a busy main street on a Saturday morning), but more where a common sense approach is taken to driving/riding and indeed life in general. Wonder if such a place exists? Somewhere in South America, Mexico, Argentina? Or in one of the Old Eastern Block countries? I would think somewhere in Europe where there is a more liberal view to live and let live. Spain? Maybe even a particular state in the US? Apparently BC in Canada has quite a common sense approach. Have any of you experienced such a place?