It begins by asking about how often and when you ride.
However, question 7 asks “What type of motorcycle do you ride?” but only provides for one answer. It says “Choose most frequently used”, but that doesn’t show how many people have multiple registrations.
It then goes on to ask what you think would make roads safer and gives some examples such as lower rub rails, signage, good road surface and clean-up after roadworks.
The online survey also asks where you think the $70 annual safety levy finds should be spent, what causes crashes and how you react to warning signage.
They seem to suggest that safety is entirely our responsibility.
However, there are also opportunities in the survey to provide your own suggestions.
I suggested education programs for other motorists to look twice for bikes, allow room for riders to filter and use provided turnouts to let riders pass safely.
What else can you suggest?
VicRoads says they have had “an overwhelming response” with more than 3000 responses collected so far.