There is a reversal in this for you to cage people.
If I ever come to a normal intersection & there is hesitation as to who should roll 1st I ALWAYS give the 'go ahead' to the cage driver. Now if a cage driver is about to come out of an alley or parking lot & slams on the brakes in seeing me as a m/c rider & the one in the RIGHT, this is when I give a small salute in saying "Thank yor for recognizing me as a m/cist". Obviously if they pull almost off to the shoulder to give me the way to go by I ALWAYS wave a THANK YOU to them or sometimes I will partially turn around in the saddle & give a nice little 'thank you' salute.
There are some decent cage people out there & they are not all fellow riders in a cage.
What I am doing is trying to show cage people that I am a decent guy & I ALSO recognize when they almost block me off in coming onto the road, but instead will slam on their brakes. Sure I am in the RIGHT, but nice to notice that cage driver actually saw me.
Often I park in the same parking lot & sometimes see the same cage driver. So once my helmet is removed I will often compliment on their car or possibly say something about the weather, ---- believe me from then on you sort of have a friendly fellow parker & will often find them willing to speak to you --- which means they will watch out more as to where your m/c is parrked.