After careful consideration and numerous daily observations, I believe there are some vital alterations to be made to certain road signs and traffic lights that remind motorists of their part on the roads.
After daily encounters of retards doing anywhere from 0-50km in a 2km straight stretch of two-laned road to and from work, I felt the need to come up with this sign. Persons on this particular road also need to adhere to the 'move it, or move over' law. The sign is fairly self explanatory, and other speeds can be substituted in place of those currently being displayed, for different areas. Perhaps even school zones could feature this sign with a big '40' and then 120 and 180 crossed out below.
On the way to and from work, there is a stretch of two-laned road which features 3 roundabouts on it. These roundabouts lead off into residential places and the norm, so most of the traffic drives straight through. More often than not though, I am in the right hand lane, happily adhering to the 'move it, or move over' law, and therefore tackle the roundabout via the right hand (inner) lane going, straight through. There will always be some clueless fool in a 4runner or some other similar vehicle who thinks the width of his lane increases by a metre, and mine magically goes over the roundabout, and therefore these 'outer lane' goers tend to sway across half into my lane. There are also numerous occasions where, while going through a set of roundabouts which are at either side of a highway, idiots turn right from the outside lane and hence drive across my suggested driving path.
I'm sure everyone will be in agreeance with the following sign. If there are some members of this forum with siblings who are female and take to the streets in the list of 'banned from right lane' cars, I apologize, however it appears that the stereotypical right-lane-goer who sits below the limit and yaps to their friends (you can clearly see her doing this as well as turning her head from window to window and pointing at random places in nearby bushes) is the late-teen, early-20 'chick'.
This last image is of my suggested modification of the common 'green light'. Too often do I exprience instances where, for some reason unkown to mankind, everyone (20+ cars) slows down and stops at a green light. This alteration should help to prevent the re-occurrence of such instances, as well as the typical half an hour to get going once the arrow turns green, which always results in about 3 cars getting through and me having to wait for about 4 mins for the next green.