I came from StackOverflow, where almost every question properly answered ends up with the best answer "accepted" by the Original Proponent. That's not what happens here.
In one hand, bicycle questions sometimes tend to be subjective, so there's possibly no "right" answer.
In the other hand, StackOverflow reminds users that they should (usually) accept one of the answers as the perceived Best Answer.
Improving the acceptance rates would not only tell other users with the same problem what answer was preferred for the OP, which had the same problem, but also would encourage interested answer-posters to improve their Experience Points (Karma) within the site.
The question is: Should some strategy to improve acceptance-rates be implemented on Bycicles SE, for example, automatic reminders to suggest the OP to accept some answer?
What do you think?