ok the law is the law but do you thin its a bit dated when it comes to penalty points?? its so easy to get points now days, mobile traps, gatsos, spec`s, etc etc.. but do you think people who drive for a living should be aloud more leaniency? (excuse the spelling) i mean im on the road every day of the week and i have dead lines like every 1 else. need to be places at certain times etc. Ok im not saying lets all hack about at 90000 mph, but people who drive for a living are more prone to racking up the points. i have been very unlucky the past month or so. On the A303, i was clocked doing 73 mph. un-known to me your only aloud to do 60 in a van on an A road. so theres 3 points. popping in a postcode a couple of days ago i found my self doing 82 - 83 mph on the M4, looked up and theres a mobile, thats another 3 points. its so easy to get. If i get any more points i loose my job, loose my house, loose my car, loose my fam. yes you can all say slow down but can any of you honestly say you have never broken the speed limit??? Im not talking erratic driving just simple few mph over. i heard today on the news there trying to change the law so if you are 20mph over the limit you basicly are screwd. (which is fair enough) but do you not think it should be some what tamed down to the actual speed you were over by?? reason i post this is because im lookin on loosing my licence due to "silly mistakes" i have made. its fully my fault i know but i feel a bit gutted. at the end of the day im out there like every 1 else trying to support my fam, and due to some stupid dated laws mine and my wife and 2 kids life could now be seriously F*ked. What are your views on this?