Well to carry on with the last part of my ride to-day. For I am turning left from Hyy 97 with a green light, into town.
Now said road in/out of town is really for only two way traffic, but they have it with one lane going out (along with a Yield right turn onto hwy no matter what light ---& I will not tell you have often I have nearly ran into the rear of same cage as so many feel they should halt).
While two going into town. Many hold onto the fast lane for they will want to turn left into the small mall due to a major grocery strore, a greasy spoon joint, several other food places, clothing stores, etc., & some just pass the mall lot will have this left turn up the hill to their homes.
So I have taken the slow right lane for some 6-10 blocks farther along is a 4-way crossing & I usually shift into that lane a bit later for at the 4-way crossing I will turn left & start to head closer to home.
Thing is the cage to my left (the fast lane) suddenly decides to turn into my slow lane --I point the bike to the curb & hit the anchors to where I am in like Obseved Trials of a "feet up" position yet said cage driver never did see me & would you believe it, but that they to wanted to stop & turn at the 4-way crossing.
So YES I find cage drivers are dangerous when I am riding a m/c--you will also once you have some 3 to 10 yrs of riding under your belt & some hair tales to tell, especially if you are riding with them 3 to 4 times a week(of something like 4 to 6 hrs each time) in the riding season & not a short blip down to a doenut joint or to & from work with a short blip on a few week-ends..