recently i was involved in a two vehicle accident. driving down near the rocks in sydney the driver ahead of me indicates right to do a U-turn where he shouldn't be doing a U-turn. he stops suddenly, i go to the left and avoid him then he suddenly turns left into me as i pass him ( no indicator for this magic turn form his previous right handed u-turn). a big collision occurs but i keep the bike upright, pull over and signal for him to do the same. we exchange details and i ask him why he was doing a u-turn in such a dangerous place. he denies the u-turn as does his aggressive passenger who is now standing 3 feet from me. as i am writing down his info a witness comes up and says, " i saw the whole thing, he went to u-turn right then turned left suddenly into you"....i smile and get the witness details, get the muppet drivers details and say i will talk to him later. after getting 3 quotes and calling him tonight he said i was at fault and that he talked to the police and they said i can't drive on his left. i explain if you want to do an illegal u-turn then yes i can. he denies it was his fault and i suggest that he accepts the quotes coming to him and talk to his insurance company. he says no i wont. i say i will have to take this further legally and potentially via the courts. he says bring it on..... has anyone actually gone to court for something like this? i.e other driver at fault with a witness on my side? adding to the drama is the fact the driver is not an australian citizen and does not have PR and has a condition Q on his licence ( meaning it's a one year licence only. )..... any thoughts on this?