The tale began with me pulling out of the office car park after work. I was the 3rd vehicle in line waiting to join the main road traffic from a side street. First was a work van, then a chick in a generic sportsmum hatch. Van had right signal on, hatch no signal on. Plenty of space on their left for me to just filter through and do a left turn, but something just didn't feel right so I waited behind the hatch. Sure enough, chick started inching left, sudden brake, moved again, brake, moved... Looking through her rear window, she seemed to be busy with stuffs totally unrelated to driving. At this point, van was actually on the left lane of the main road (parked cars on both side). So pretty much, chick in the hatch could not have possibly had any view of the oncoming traffic. And sitting behind both of them still on the side street, I watched the whole thing unfold > (golf clap) Yeap. I'm pretty sure most of you would've guessed what happened by now. A wave of cages coming from our right, chick oblivious of them since: a) She couldn't see past the van b) She was still fiddling with stuffs in her car First I thought: "oh shiii... she's gunna get hit." But then she stopped. Whew. A few cages zoomed past in front of her. And THEN she went and tried to finish her turn. BANG! Someone clipped the front of her car. Good thing is, nobody got hurt. The hatch looked pretty badly damaged, but it still moved. Didn't check on the other car. Parked SUV got bonus scrapes on its door panel from flying debris (I assumed). And so came my first ever opportunity to really apply Flux's tips for making a bike dance in real-life scenario. My two-fiddy danced quite gracefully around the debris strewn across the bitumen :biker: In hind-sight though, maybe I should've pulled over and offered to be an eye-witness. But it didn't seem necessary, since it was quite an obvious case - She failed to give way despite the Give Way sign. edit: Putting this here since it's an accident. And it might've / could've been nasty for me had I not hung back and waited in line.