Riding down Rathdowne Street this morning, I noticed a scooter in a side street waiting for a break in traffic. Just as I passed, I heard a loud bang which didn't sound right. In my rear view, saw same scooter looking a little lobsided and a just a little bit attached to a car's front fender. By the time I had pulled over, parked, helmet off and walked back to the intersection, the driver was out, checking the damage to his front fender, and copping an understandle earful from and obviously upset scooter rider. The driver was obviously in more of a hurry to turn into Rathdowne St, as he'd just pushed the scooter out of the way. Fortunately the scooter rider was more shocked and slightly traumatised than physically hurt. But it P*****S me off that once I turned up offering some support to the rider to help her relax to get back on the road again, the driver was back in the car and off down the road quicker than I could even get his number plate. Nice. There was no obvious damage (it looks like contact was with the kick stand), and I hope for the rider's sake that closer inspection doesn't highlight any real damage.