I thought I'd share this story as a warning/reminder to others. I was in my car a few weeks ago, as I was heading to a book signing and had a bunch of gear with me (a banner and some extra books and stuff like that). On the way, I needed to drop something off in Jamberoo. I drove over the hill on Churchill Street and down the other side, then slowed to turn off the main road. The road I was turning into has a gutter across it, so you have to drive into that junction very slowly. As I was about to start the turn, a bike appeared over the hill behind me going probably more than the 50kph limit. But that wasn't the real problem. Before I could do anything about it, I realised the guy wasn't looking - I could see the top of his lid as he was looking down at his lap. I only had a moment to register this before he went straight up the back of my car. There was very little damage to my car, but a lot of damage to his bike. He also got some bad gravel rash on one arm (he really should have been wearing a jacket!) and I found out later he also broke a bone in his foot. Otherwise he was fine, which is good news. It could have been a lot worse. So what was he doing? He was riding back from the pub and suddenly thought he'd left his phone behind so he looked down as he patted his jeans pocket to see if it was there. In the few seconds when he did that, I was slowing for the turn and bang! That's all it took. Don't take your eyes off the road, people, not even for a moment!