Posted April 08, 2018 12:01:03A few months ago, I was driving home from work when my friend and I stopped at a gas station in the Gold Coast to pick up some cigarettes.
We paid a little bit more than the usual price for the lighter and we were told we would be driving home on our own.
A couple of days later, when I got home, I noticed the driver’s license on the dashboard.
She had a blue plastic bag over her shoulder and she had a backpack under her arm.
She was wearing jeans, a white T-shirt and black trainers.
I asked her what she was doing and she said she was heading home.
We asked her to put her helmet on, but she didn’t seem to be interested.
I asked her if she was ok and she looked confused.
I told her I was and she told me to take off my helmet.
I walked off and went to my car and put it in gear.
I was wearing my helmet and I drove home.
I was home the next day, but I still had no idea what had happened.
My friend called the police and the woman had a few days to explain herself.
She told the police that she had been driving around without her helmet and she didn�t realise she was on a motorcycle.
They gave her a warning and told her to get her helmet back on.
I have no idea why the woman thought she could drive a motorcycle, but there were times when I wondered if she had gone into a coma.
It was just another day on the job, I thought.
It�s hard to imagine how a motorcyclist could survive a collision with a bus or a pedestrian.
But I guess the rules have changed a lot since the first time I rode a motorcycle in Australia, and it is now legal to drive motorcycles on the roads.
Bike helmets are now mandatory for drivers, and a few of the major insurers, including AGL, now cover the cost of a helmet for all riders under the age of 18.AGL spokesman Matt Robinson said the policy is a first in Australia.
I do believe it has made it more acceptable to ride a bike safely on the road, he said.
While the helmet law is the latest, it is by no means the only reason why people ride bikes safely.
It may not be the safest way to travel, but it does keep you safer than if you were on foot or on the bus.