This might be a Brisbane thing or maybe not but it's ridiculously prevalent and I have not really worked out a good strategy yet other than to expect all possibilities and be ready. Here's the set up... You are barreling down down a 70kph road at or slightly above the speed limit, there are two proper lanes plus a shoulder so plenty of room. As you begin to near a side road you can see a car just pulling up to the give way sign. The thing is that there are two lanes and no other traffic, you are only using one lane, geddit? Yup no matter who it is whether a hoon or a nurse they are definitely going to pull into the stream of traffic. Why? Because if you are in the left lane, they'll come out really fast because they have a nice big curve to pull into the right hand lane. But if you are in the right hand lane, then they are still going to pull out in front of you even though it's too tight, why? because you are in the right lane and they are going into the left, so what's the problem. The problem is that they don't really have time which means they have to come out just as fast as if they were pulling into the right lane, but it's now such a tight curve that they wildly over compensate swinging back to the right as they turn. It's ugly. It's a strange situation, occasionally someone will wait for me to pass which completely throws me.