It appears as if Matt Gingell <email@example.com> wrote:
|A bit silly, but just a thought: What about having insurance companies
|invent and enforce traffic rules - everyone is required to carry some
|policy, but you choose which and are only bound by your providers
|regulations. There's a competitive pressure then on insurers to issue
|as few tickets as possible, so as to attract customers, but also to
|maximize safety and avoid paying out. That's the trade off we're trying
|to make, and If anyone's in a position to figure out what's
|legitimately dangerous driving and what's not, it's people selling
How do you suggest conflicts between two people with different providers
should be solved?
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