Rant of the week Michael Hughes says the flow of traffic seems to have improved on Wyndham Street since Simon Au's $3-driving-glove winning rant about 'one rule for the rich' on the Wellington Street turnoff (Motoring, February 17). 'A traffic warden was moving some of these 'fat cats' on,' he writes. 'But the drivers and the cars seem to go through the old Hong Kong roadside ritual. That's when the warden approaches the car and gestures for the driver to move on. The driver does nothing and the warden walks away. The warden turns around and the driver is still parked, hanging on for every last second until the warden turns round again and glares. Then the driver moves.' Hughes adds that even with a warden stationed at the Wellington Street turn-off, he saw 'a large four-wheel drive' stop to collect passengers, again slowing the flow of traffic. The reader recommends 'double yellow lines all the way' down Wyndham Street, 'on-the-spot fines' for traffic-blocking parkers and 'an extra fine' for motorists who don't move at once. Do you think the police and traffic wardens should fine motorists on the spot? If so, by how much? E-mail Road Rage at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 2562 2485, and you could win a $3 pair of genuine Hong Kong taxi-drivers' gloves.