So. Riding home last a couple of nights ago, 'bout 11pm. Had turned off the main road, and was on the circuit of suburban 50km backstreets that take me home from there. The road I was on has a lot of T-junctions from either side, only medium sized trees on the footpaths (if any vegetation at all), and reasonable lighting. So, riding just a little under the limit, a white hatchback was approaching from one of the left-hand side roads. He stopped, so I wasn't worried, then just as I passed the last driveway before the road he was on, he moved forward (RH turn, no indicator) Brakes come on (only my second real-life e-braking). He stops, realises I am there, waves. I start to move off again, and do the "naughty child" finger wave (am a little peeved). 1st - Yeah, even though he had stopped, I maybe should have still anticipated that better. 2nd - No screeching, no stall - kinda proud of that stop in a way! 3rd - Only realised that I had moved into the centre of the road, after I took off again and had to move back towards the left, to be back where I prefer to sit. Hopefully that means that it was instinctive, and not a result of the way I braked. Lucky it was late, and no on-coming vehicles around. 4th - I maintain it was the stupid hat he was wearing. If he took his hat off when the sun went down, he might be able to see other vehicles on the road. Any thing else I should keep in mind, should (when) this happens again?