I hate bus drivers. I'm not sure if it's a nation wide policy, but in SA, drivers are supposed to give way to buses leaving their bus-bay. However, they're also supposed to give three seconds of indication prior to pulling out on you. I had a business ride into town this morning on my bike. The bus up ahead was a double with one of those flexible rubber-hinges in the middle that look like an oversized piano accordion. As I was passing one of these behemoths, he had his left indicator on whilst he was picking up passengers. As it was one of those long buses, he had it kinked in the middle to try and fit into the bay, so half of both ends were straddling half the lane. There was a 4WD turning right just behind him, so I weaved around the left of that and then curved around the right of the bus. Anyway, half way past he decides to pull out. Nothing unexpected there, the majority of people on this forum experience this on a daily basis. A quick twist of the wrist and swerve into the right wheel track puts me out of harm's way. The next part is slightly annoying because of his attitude. Waiting at the next set of lights, he pulls up next to me, shakes his head and taps his forehead, sort-of indicating that I'm an idiot. Hey, I'm the first to apologise if I'm wrong, but I don't really have time for people who don't know the road rules. Any one have a similar occurrence? An example would be roundabouts. The rule is to give way to vehicles already on the roundabout, not the rhetoric parental advice of "give way to the right." I get really annoyed when I'm sitting behind someone on a roundabout, who won't budge because they see a car 50 metres away to the right. Is it just me? Because I really think I'm taking crazy pills!