If Big Brother is a euphemism for enforcement of the traffic regulations it has been with us for many decades? And I tend to agree it is only a percentage of drivers that put the rest of us in the situation you suggest.
It is easy for most of us to personalise some of the consequences increased monitoring and control of motor vehicle use could bring!
It remains an option. The alternative view may be -
“How many more road deaths and multitudes of injuries, of shattered lives and families are we going to accept?”
Which is more rational and important - human life or some loosely defined expectation of freedom while in control of a motor vehicle?
As a culture or society we often fall short of reasonable community standards of behaviour. If there is no “Big Brother” in traffic enforcement how would you ensure compliance across 100% of the community?