The Melbourne Herald Sun could put a negative spin on Ularoo is it was on a motorbike!
Have a look at this story. Law firm Slater & Gordon do a survey that, to me, says we just might have a serious road safety problem with distracted/negligent car drivers hitting vulnerable road users then saying.
"Sorry mate I didn't see you."
Motorcycle & scooter riders, bicyclists, pedestrians and their loved ones suffer terribly because too many car drivers have almost non-existant operating skills and the attention span of a gold fish on a bowl of gin.
Too often when a car driver does the wrong thing and hits a bike police don't lay appropriate charges and many courts take the attitude that riders put themselves at risk by riding.
76% of respondents to this survey and the parliamentary inquiry into motorcycle & scooter safety say there has to be a greater emphasis on changing other road users' attitude to motorcycle & scooter riders.
So the Herald Sun comes up with.
"MOTORCYCLISTS BLAME CARELESS DRIVERS FOR FRIGHTENING RISK THEY FACE"