Yesterday on my way home I was had just gotten off the story bridge (Brisbane) and was heading along to Kangaroo point (that road where you have those awesome views of the city, for those who may know where I am talking about) and I found myself in the centre lane wanting to turn right. That's fine it's all legal, there are 2 turning lanes and one straight through lane to the far left. The problem with the centre lane is that you can either turn right (need to wait for green arrow) or you can go straight. In the far right lane, you can only turn right. Thinking nothing of it I just went up the centre lane to turn right as I usually do, but I was over to the right side of the centre lane a little more than I probably would have liked to, which meant there was a decent sized gap to the left of me that meant cars could go past in theory. HOLY CRAP!!! Big mistake, I could not believe how close the firggin cars were getting to me. I swear to god I had GIANT land cruiser, shiny bullbar POS's drivers missing me by less than 50 centimetres. If you have seen my introduction in the new member section, you will know that my first bike was written off due to a knob running up the back of me. In the end I was so terrified of getting slammed again that I moved over infront of the right lane to avoid me getting hit. The guy in the car there beeped his horn at me, which I wasnt impressed with but choose to ignore it as I wasnt staying in that other lane. I guess in a long winded way, what I am asking is, should I just aviod using lanes like that to turn? Should I be further across in the lane so that there isnt room for tools to try and get around me and in the process they stop? Anyone else deal with this? It's really not the first time it has happened to me, I was just really angry about how close these cars were getting.