OK, so I seem to be doing OK with my riding. The only road accident I had was when two bikes came at me in my lane going too fast, and I had to drop. I take a nerdy approach to riding, and want to know as much as I can. Selfishly and perhaps filled with ignorance, I know that I'm doing better than many riders I see around my area with no P plates doing things that make me cringe. I don't think I'm that bad. But there's one thing I don't quite get - undertaking. It's illegal, from what I gather. But damn essential. I'm bothered when there's a loaded up ute that can't seem to get to the full speed limit between lights in the right hand lane but doesn't seem to mind, then honks at me when I undertake him at a fairly slow speed and take the right lane after a good distance. It's probably the only thing about other cars that makes me a bit mad. From my experience, the right hand lane is for people who want to reasonably speed or go the limit, or turn right not too far ahead. I don't see why I should be doing something wrong by undertaking some idiot who would rather stay in the right hand lane because it is "faster" when their car can barely keep up. Am I being a bit of an arse though for undertaking and getting beeped/yelled at by these people? Or should I aim to get to the speed limit in a minute or two? Any thoughts?