I’m not suggesting open slather on all roads with single unbroken lines, but perhaps on some country roads there needs to be a sign advising that motorcycles are permitted to cross the white line when it is safe.
Also, setting up speed camera traps in double-lane overtaking sections on single-lane highways or on steep uphill sections is counter productive and dangerous.
All vehicles – not just motorcycles – should be allowed to marginally exceed the speed limit in these zones to make the passing manoeuvre shorter and safer.
If a vehicle is travelling at 10km/h below the speed limit and holding up a line of traffic, it can sometimes take the entire length of the double-lane section just for one or two vehicles to pass if they stay within the speed limit.
If motorists in the right lane were allowed to travel at 10km/h over the posted limit, then at least more vehicles could get past and relieve some frustration, therefore reducing the likelihood of road rage or dangerous overtaking.