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Just curious - when you are in your civies and just driving in your personal capacity, do you still look out for fares etc or are you able to switch off from cabbie mode? Can a long country drive still be relaxing for you?

Commiserations Adrian. I've also been booked for doing 60kph along there, on a Saturday morning.
It's a real trap, and nothing but revenue raising

Craig, yes and no. Whilst long country drives are delightful, in comparison, driving around town in my own car I often brake or change lanes when I see a pedestrian waiting for a cab. It's pure instinct and somewhat embarrassing.

Thanks, Bill. I've driven past that camera plenty of times but on this occasion I was engrossed in conversation. Bloody passengers, I shouldn't talk to them!

1.bare, desolate, and often windswept: a bleak plain.

2. cold and piercing; raw: a bleak wind.

3. without hope or encouragement; depressing; dreary: a bleak future.

Marc Jansen
Sydney Landscape Design

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