Why the bloody hell are so many riders lately, getting all worked up because a driver did'nt see them..This is NOT a new phenomenon, and never likely to change for various and obvious reasons! Sure...if more drivers kept a better eye out, it would help...and while many endevour to, they can still miss spotting you. Surely that's not too diffucalt a concept to grasp? When you get your licence and hit the streets, you have to except that sometimes you are NOT going to be spotted. FFS...either accept it or hang up your gloves and shut up. The number of riders on here saying how they take mirrors off, throw abuse, wave there arms around, and otherwise have a hissy-fit about it, has become...well...frankly...bloody embarassing! There are circumstances where I can understand words need to be exchanged, things pointed out etc...but cheesus in many many cases, it's far smarter if having avoided the situation, you just continue to ride with your mind in the right place. I get cut off, moved over on, and otherwise disregarded when I'm driving a bloody car...and if some of those times are out of clear stupidity, what makes you so surprised when it happens to you on a bike!!? Learn to get past this kind of bullshit mentality some riders seemed to have developed and keep your head in the game - where it should be. If someone does'nt see you, then they don't see you, and if they don't see you, they won't avoid you - it's pretty simple really. Do what you have to do to keep yourself out of harms way, and MOVE ON!...for your own sake... John.