I want to go over the comparison between Canada and Australia. I know, Mr. Yost, that you gave testimony before the public safety committee, and you said that the State of Victoria is hard to compare because in the State of Victoria they do three million breath tests out of a population of six million.
Just following up on what Mr. Cooper was talking about, setting up a police road check where everyone is checked, I have been through one of those in the State of Tasmania. It was a large sporting event. Everyone coming down the highway was made to blow on a device, and then the plastic tip was changed. It was like an assembly line. Everyone was going through really quickly.
Australia is a very large land mass with a small population. It's very easy to compare to Canada. I'm just wondering, when you look at the enforcement resources being put into three million breath tests out of a population of six million, and you look at Canada's rates of drunk driving, which have all been going down, thankfully, due to that increased awareness and more police resources, could you not make an argument that, with putting more resources into selective breath testing, we would see that trend go downward with more education, more enforcement, and perhaps mechanisms where everyone is being treated equally with breath tests. Also, the randomness is gone, so we're not subjecting them to the whims of a police officer anymore.