May has it about right when he says, "I've always believed that society should have as few rules as possible ... In May's world there'd be only one law: don't be a prat. That actually covers everything. Not paying your tax is being a prat. Neglecting your children is being a prat. Doing 100mph through a town centre is being a prat. As long as you're not a prat, you can do what you like." - It's another way of saying, "Be considerate", which is what the vast majority are when free to choose. Prats make us pay for prescriptive regulation we don't need, then make us pay again when things go wrong. I'd have two rules for the road, well, one rule - drive on the left (in the UK obviously), and one bit of advice - be kind.