I'm just seeking a bit of clarification on this topic because I couldn't find any information on the road traffic code regarding the cancellation of indicators... I suspect I would be "morally" in the right, but I know how well "morally" works when compared to "technically" in this country... I had a situation this morning where I almost hit another car due to them cancelling their indicator and change of direction. I'll lay it out straight for you all... Please comment as you see fit. I was attempting a U-turn from a right turn lane (dedicated right-turn only); the other car was travelling in the opposite direction in the right hand lane of a two-laned road. Coming from his direction you could also turn right, but there wasn't a dedicated right-turn-only lane on his side. What had followed was this: Approaching the intersection, he had indicated to turn right and had slowed down to a crawl. I had seen him do this and proceeded to move into the intersection. However, I noticed when I had jutted over his lane that he had changed his mind and accelerated straight ahead. I almost hit the side of his car at this point... Any thoughts on legalities, etc, if I actually hit him?