Originally Posted by Yetti
I already wrote back to the Aid about not pushing our luck and to just let it stand as is without questioning the whole state. I would be sick if it failed because we looked greedy at this point. I can wait to push for an ammendment at a later date.
I think this is your best course of action. Get some kind of momentum going and then a few months down the road, collect some successful statistics like revenue generated for insurance companies, number of riders that enjoy the privelidge etc... and then push for more based on the success of what has already been established. It's like how the eco-nazi's shut down public land only in reverse.