We are all taught how important buffering is in rider training. I believe if done well it provides us with a safety advantage over other vehicles that can make riding safer than driving. However the techniques we are taught focus on single threats that are fairly basic. The basic examples are great but you come accross far more complex examples daily and these are the ones you where are likely to come unstuck. I thought I'd start a thread where people can put up examples of approaching difficult situations that involve multiple threats and everyone can discuss the best approach. I come across these most days and often find myself thinking whether I took the safest option. I'll start with the triple car doozy. You are going straight through a t intersection behind another car. There is a car on your road turning in front of you. There are two cars coming out of the side street, one turning right, one turning left. The car turning right is partially obscuring the left turners view. I encounter this fairly commonly. How do you approach this situation?