landsurfer wrote:Barks wrote:And ban everyone who exceeds 12 points - stop giving any consideration for hardship, if these people genuinely would be inconveniced then they can simply drucpve properly.
Until it's you of course, then it's different ...
If I made mistakes sufficient to get me banned, then I should be banned. I could have accumulated the equivalent of 12 points when I was a teenager. I was, frankly, a thoughtless **** when I was 18 years old. I'm lucky I never killed myself or anyone else. Happily, I survived and learned better.
Now, I can't imagine doing something that would get me banned. I had a couple of incidents in 2003/2004 that were my fault; no points or anything, but I'd like to think that I learned from them, and doing so made me a better driver. Cycling with my children made me a better driver, as well.